i enjoyed looking at your shots. it's like seeing the place all over again.did you go on a cruise?
I am tempted to dream to visit the place, great shots.
It's nice to travel via someone's eyes when one doesn't have the means to go to these places yet. Thanks for sharing, LR. :)
What a wonderful place to visit. I read your post below to learn more about these ruins. The Grand Theater is huge. Wow, 25,000 people. Huge.Have a terrific WW. :)
wow...so interesting. nice place. really envy you can visit and see so many places. hehe...
such beautiful ruins. no wonder they made it a spot for tourists to visit!
The ancient ruins could have lasted till today wonder our modern buildings would be ruins to see in later years or completely ruined without anything to see haha. Nice tour tQ.
very nice.I think I said it last week, but hopefully I will be there next year...
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Mountains in the background in photos 3 and 4 are amazing as well as the ruins.
Serene views... awesome colors...Pixellicious Photos
wow really nice pics...want to see that place.
A huge place and photogenic !
Ruins or just another case where the contractor never finished the job? hehe Happy WW
The ruins in Turkey looks like Greek ones. I wouldn't be able to tell apart, can you? I thought I should visit Europe next year but wife wants to visit US instead.
Ruins are fun to visit as you imagine how it must look like during its heyday.
Beautiful! I agree with AVCr8teur, must have been nice to see the ruins and imagine the days of old.
Very nice, Now I really want to go to Egypt. turkey looks like a great historical place to visit. A piece of History
Such a rich history! Would love to visit one day! Happy WW
One of my 'to do's list'. Some day...Besos from Spain ;O)
I wanna be there. :D but I don't have money. :p
The landscape is beautiful and your shots are stunning!
beautiful shotsreminder of history
very very nice!:)
I like greek and their ancient culture the most!I have been in Greece all over and after that I have visited Turkey to find out what happened with allthose ancient Greek cities or Romancities...Wonderful post!You are invited on my blog to celebrate with us 3 years of blogging!Thank you!
I like all the photos. I have not been in Ephesus but I visited other historical sites in Turkey and it was great!
Thanks for sharing more of your photos from Ephesus. I find these ruins to be fascinating.
Wow I love to see this place in person. I can just imagine how this place filled with people and how they live in those times. Thanks for sharing!Looking at the sky
Beautiful SkyWatch posting!thank you for sharing this beautiful photo workHappy SWF! Have a good weekend,Regards, BramMy SkyWatch on WordPressSeen on Sky Watch Friday, Season 4, Episode 18
lemme check out ur Part 1 first! :P
Nice to look at the beautiful ruins : )
Stunning photos! I can't believe how green it was there!! Ephesus is one of the very first things I blogged about when I started my blog in 2008. It certainly wasn't green though - it was sandy!!