Really beautiful images of country side in Turkey, someday; I like to visit this country.
beautiful! Have a wonderful WW.
I love the snow covered mountains in the first shot a lot. Really a beautiful shot.Have a terrific WW. :)
I love road trips, you get see more. Great shots.
Amazing pictures! Love the one in the left upper corner!! Beautiful!
That s a very interesting landscape. the hill top with red roofed houses is lovely, then the next is so bleak like a wasteland or quarry with caves in the cliffs or perhaps mined areas. Very unique. Happy WW
those mountains in the first are especially lovely.
breath taking scenery...
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This is a beautiful valley. I really like the first picture with those majestic mountains in the background.
nice ramblings....happy wordless wednesday
a village under the mountains - i love it!
I love that mountain at the top :)
I love the snow-capped mountains in the background. Lovely. :)
Snow capped mountains in the background is a very majestic photo indeed.
Turkey is the most favorite place for holydays... because I like to go diving in south!But here, in Ihlara Valley...I think I will go next summer!Wonderful!Regards
So, you saw snow on the top of the mountains! It was none on September. I like Turkey too. It's a great country, where someone loving photography has plenty of subjects. I like especially the old historic sites there.
Beautiful, lonely, interesting landscapes !!!Besos from Spain ;O)
Beautiful shot of the snowcapped mountains. Great photos.
Beautiful shots and really gives you a good sense of the surroundings :) Happy WW
Very nice series.Greetings Andrzej.
I had heard that Turkey has some spectacular landscapes, but I never really pictured anything like this. Great shots!
Beautiful shots. Stunning!Happy WW!
Hola, beautiful pictures..i liked..
Snow capped mountians and beautiful scenery are things I miss from back home in Scotland. Nice pics...
it must be so cold despite having the beautiful snowy mountain right behind their houses. i suppose that's why the area looked rural?
Interesting colored mountains in your last photo. Almost looks like there is sand up there.