On a deserted Balcon illuminated by moonlight there are just four people visible. Three are unknown, the one on the extreme left is a sculpture of the late king Alfonso XII who actually named the balcony during a visit after the big earthquake that hit Nerja in 1884, observing that “this is the Balcón de Europa”. Overlooking the Mediterranean sea, it’s known as the spot for a perfect photo of the sea or occasionally a slightly enhanced full moon.
2 responses to “Nocturnal Balcón de Europa”
Good idea pointing out that one of the silhouettes is actually a statue! I used to want a sunrise picture with the arches, but invariably cleaning services vehicles were parked there! Grr.
Lovely picture,the moon look so huge