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Old Sep 1, 2008, 6:02 PM   #1
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Shot one day apart during one of my recent weekend excursions to a town called Kusadası about 90 km to the south of my home in Izmir...

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Old Sep 1, 2008, 6:07 PM   #2
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Very nice. Always love these sunset shots. I'd love to capture a nice sunset like that. And I love the oldfort or castleon the water in the 2nd shot.
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Old Sep 1, 2008, 6:34 PM   #3
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Very nice. Always love these sunset shots. I'd love to capture a nice sunset like that. And I love the oldfort or castleon the water in the 2nd shot.
Thank you for your kind feedback : )That castle built on a rocky island called 'Pigeon Island', which is connected to land by a road, dates back to the reign of Byzantines.Btw, both pictures are raw conversions.
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Two more eye pleasing photos from you Arkadas great sunset shots, also in #2 the castle caught my eye as Byzantines rebuilt the Mystra Castle here
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First shot is quite moving, dont know why though.
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Two more eye pleasing photos from you Arkadas great sunset shots, also in #2 the castle caught my eye as Byzantines rebuilt the Mystra Castle here
Quite pleased tohear fromyou arkadaş! Often I think how much we owe to the Byzantines (a.k.a the second Roman Empire!) who ruled and culturally joined the most difficult geographies of their time!

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First shot is quite moving, dont know why though.
That's most sensitive of you dear mate : ) Actually,I toofelt that effectyou are speaking of! Could it be 'decentered' tranquil warmth of the sunlight crossing over the Aegean sea over many an island and along the 'wave tips'till sweeping the wet sands so as to reacha sensitive spirit there...


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Two beautiful shots. Love the near/far perspective on the first one.

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Two beautiful shots. Love the near/far perspective on the first one.

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Thank you fortheelucidative feedback, Bob : )
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Great sunset's my friend the 1#is my fav

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Old Sep 3, 2008, 9:30 AM   #10
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Hi Bahadir

You have shared more than just the lovely golden colours of summer ... you have shared the feeling of it!

The mark of the great photographer that you are. Love both photos, perhaps the composition of number 2 edges out number 1 for me. But both are fantastic! Making me long for summer here too (we're already into spring, which is good!)

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