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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Sights around Selcuk, Turkey

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42 comments:

  1. I liked Turkey when we were there in April/May, and we went past Ephesus on our way to Tire(sp) or Tyre! great pics...

    Mine's up as well, today it looks at the 'Queensland Flooding'

    Have a great WW!

    AussiePomm

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  2. wow, from where did you managed to take these stunning photographs? on a train? plane?

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  3. Some beautiful countryside too.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

    Wordless Wednesday

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  4. Very lovely. The first one especially reminds me a lot of the countryside in Greece. Is this on the side closest to it?

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  5. You sure have been to some beautiful places!

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  6. Fantastic photos! Turkey's very high on the list of places I'd like to visit.

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  7. Breathtaking! I wish I was there instead of fighting the snow /ice. :)

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  8. Funny how one place can remind you of another you know about. The top picture in particular looks a lot like the area around Santa Rosa in northern California.

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  9. Always do like photos of rugged mountain ranges these are fantastic and simply breathtaking.

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  10. Nice to see so much available land. Are those white objects houses in your second photo?

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  11. Oh how nice! Is this where Saladin, the man who fought Richard the Lionheart in the crusades came from?

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  12. Thanks everyone. I really appreciate your visits and lovely comments!

    levian,
    these shots were taken from a moving coach. glad you like them my friend.

    Nancy,
    this was one of my favorite shots of Turkey. I’m so pleased you liked it. as far as i could tell, Selcuk is quite close to Greece. there is a ferry crossing from Kudasasi (near Selcuk) to Greece and the journey takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes by ferry.

    AVCr8teur,
    those are snowfall. it was early spring when we went there. The snow slowly fades away as it is ready for the colours of spring.

    Au and Target,
    As with most major leaders of the Medieval Times, i don't know much about their origins.

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  13. love it, peaceful photo to start my day

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  14. Stunning views. Makes me want to escpae the big bad city and get away from it all. It has been too long since I was last in Turkey...


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  15. hiya LR! wow..great shots as usual! ;)

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  16. These photos are absolutely gorgeous. I like those mountains that you've captured.

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  17. Wonderful, especially the second one, Life Ramblings!

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  18. Gorgeous landscape images. The light is just superb in the first photo.

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  19. Beautiful pictures. I am tired of snow now and look forward to spring and summer:-)

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  20. wonderful landscape! nice light in the first

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  21. Conratulation for these amazing pictures. These photos is qualified for a postcard.

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  22. Good morning LR.. yay it's Friday! :)

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  23. Turkey is amazing, breathtakingly beautiful. I love both the pics! :)

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