This marble cave is actually two small caves close to each other. It is quite small but has a rather large opening, and it is very dark.
To be able to take the picture I had the camera on a tripod and lit up the marble wall with a torch. I made some tests and concluded that I had to have a shutter speed that was long enough to let the torchlight slowly wander over the wall to light up all parts of it. By pulling down the brightness of the torch, I could get a shutter speed that was just right.
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