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Whimsical stalactites bathed in colored lights make this Chinese landmark a must-see

Whimsical stalactites bathed in colored lights make this Chinese landmark a must-see
The Reed Flute Cave in Guilin, China. (Nabil Soliman)

Nabil Soliman and his wife, Janet, traveled to China for two weeks in March. The Bel Air residents visited Xian, Beijing, Shanghai and the Reed Flute Cave (named for the reeds that grow outside the entrance) in Guilin.

The couple, semi-retired physicians, were in "awe" of what Soliman called the "magnificent product of nature," so much so their tour guide kept nudging them to get going. "We have to move for the group behind us!" the guide told them.

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The illuminated cave has a magical feel. Soliman took the photo with a Nikon D810.

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