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    Posted: 24 August 2015 at 16:14






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Nice shots, #1 is really beautiful!
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The first image opens a really incredible vista! What place is this?

Thanks for sharing!
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Loving #3!
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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

The first image opens a really incredible vista! What place is this?

Thanks for sharing!

The region is called Cappadocia
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Its great to see the landscapes but #3 is a great find and the harsh light really adds to the desolate feeling, nice work!
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One of the problems of a guided tour is that you arrive at a site and you can't change the time of arrival. Most of the pictures had to be taken with the available light and that is always very harsh in daytime.
There is also a very strong haze in the air. Except for a few days, the views were always hazy.

The picture of the chair was taken on a saltlake.

Here are some more. They were taken at Pammukale. The white you see are calcium deposites.










Edited by PieterB - 25 August 2015 at 11:22
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