The steep El Tajo gorge is what Ronda was built on, 360 feet down and 200 feet wide. Relic at the bottom…
That is a scary view some people have when looking over the wall.
It was scary… The scene was majestic!
Wow! Very nice shot. Where did you take it from?
From the side of the old town of Ronda. I took a few shots from different angles, this one is a little better.
Wow! Amazing view, and wonderful shot!
Thank you, Robin! 🙂
I’m just trying to imagine living on the edge of this gorge, Amy. 🙂 Great photo.
Great view though 🙂 Thank you, Sylvia!
Great view. Beautiful place anda wonderul photo!
Thank you for liking it. There is a path that you can walk all the way down.
So fascinating and so impressive… 🙂
Thank you, Drake. Fyi, these are not cycle path though 🙂
Where ever there’s a way down – there’s a way up… 😀
😀 Ooops, paths
That’s my house! The big white one at the top 🙂
Great shot, Amy!
I am so jealous 🙂
Thank you, Jo!
Wow! now that’s an amazing shot! you’d find me driving very very slow down that road though 😀
Very cool, Andy! 🙂 Thank you for visiting!
My pleasure! loved the great photo 🙂
Spectacular view, Amy! Really amazing…
Thank you, Ese! 🙂
Incredible this Amy. Have a lovely weekend 🙂
Fabulous views Amy!
What a shot! 🙂
Thanks, M. Relic rocks at the bottom…
Great shot, Amy! Spectacular view though I’d probably be scared to look down from the edge 🙂
Gorgeous shot. 🙂
WOW is the only word that approaches this!
Relic at the bottom? Ehem, how does one get there? 😛
there is a trail… 🙂
Good to know. 😛
climb up might be challenging though.
What no elevator?
It’s a breathtaking place and I remember feeling quite dizzy whenever I looked down….lovely take for the challenge
Glad to know you visited there, Seonaid.
this is a wow!!
Amy, its such a wonderful shot. Not sure where did you take it from. But looks scary as well, from wherever you might have taken it. Enchanting photo.
Do visit my ‘relic’ as well. Thanks 🙂
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Amazing shot. I keep coming back to look at it 😉
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Wow Amy – a real tummy tickler! Beautifu shot!!
wow oh my that made me dizzy
Thank you for visiting! 🙂
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Bravo. Fantastic perspective. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you for visiting my blog and for liking one of my posts. I hope you will come again some time. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
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