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Old Apr 4, 2008, 11:13 AM   #11
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Nice shots bahadir, its suprising what one can find in some obscure places.
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Old Apr 5, 2008, 4:55 PM   #12
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An interesting site to stop atand geta bite to eat.

The teacher must have waxwork skills.....................musket.

P.S i came across this video on you tube

I changed the video I think this one is better

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Thank you for the link as well as your kind interest (Couldn't guess you knew about the whirling dervishes!!)Theirright palm facingup, the sky,while the left palm facing down,the earth,the dervishes (performers)representthe turning of planets around the sun..

As for the teacher with waxwork skills: Yea!, you know, teachers are often have to be all rounders to run their classes :G

Btw, I noticed the change (the newer one without Ahmet Özhan)

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Nice shots bahadir, its suprising what one can find in some obscure places.
Happy to read your kind appreciation, my friend!

I had enough time to shoot while thepancakes werebeing cooked : )Btw, the place isjust a five minutes' drive from Ephesosto the shore where the roadforksinto Kuşadası and Izmir directions!




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Old Apr 7, 2008, 10:13 AM   #13
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Thank you for the link as well as your kind interest (Couldn't guess you knew about the whirling dervishes!!)
I seem to remember something on tvabout them many years ago

and in thepast few weeks came across them again whilst flicking

through web tv channels on the Internet on 'globetreker' or 'national geographic'

so it came to mind as something 'Turkish' besides 'Turkish delight'to add

to my comments and of course checked youtube for a video to add.....:-)........musket.

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I seem to remember something on tvabout them many years ago

and in thepast few weeks came across them again whilst flicking

through web tv channels on the Internet on 'globetreker' or 'national geographic'

so it came to mind as something 'Turkish' besides 'Turkish delight'to add

to my comments and of course checked youtube for a video to add.....:-)........musket.
Wish to see you here on field work, as well, my friend I will be piloting you readily, startingwith thevery mannequin village for breakfast: )
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I seem to remember something on tvabout them many years ago

and in thepast few weeks came across them again whilst flicking

through web tv channels on the Internet on 'globetreker' or 'national geographic'

so it came to mind as something 'Turkish' besides 'Turkish delight'to add

to my comments and of course checked youtube for a video to add.....:-)........musket.
Wish to see you here on field work, as well, my friend I will be piloting you readily, startingwith thevery mannequin village for breakfast: )
You never know, one of these days ifI have the money and a mind to, I might

make the effort.Thanks for the invite......................musket.
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Remarkable shots, how long ago was that built in, looks so real
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Old Apr 18, 2008, 6:54 AM   #17
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You never know, one of these days ifI have the money and a mind to, I might

make the effort.Thanks for the invite......................musket.
Don't mind the monetary part much, my friend : )I won't let it be costly to you once you've arrived here

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Remarkable shots, how long ago was that built in, looks so real
Thank you for your kind remark, arkadaş! Yea,some werealarmingly life like!! But the lady in pic #5, who cooked us the pancakes, as Imentioned above, was real : ) Don't know exacly when it was built, butnot very new since I have been eating there for some years just occasionally..

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Remarkable shots, how long ago was that built in, looks so real
Thank you for your kind remark, arkadaş! Yea,some werealarmingly life like!! But the lady in pic #5, who cooked us the pancakes, as Imentioned above, was real : ) Don't know exacly when it was built, butnot very new since I have been eating there for some years just occasionally..

Here's the weavers for you!
That looks fabulace Arkadas, how are the pancakes your making me hungry, i would love to eat there
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That looks fabulace Arkadas, how are the pancakes your making me hungry, i would love to eat there
Surely, you'll love it with home made 'ayran' or buttermilk

Wish I can treat you there this summer, having visited our common heritage in Ephesus just a few kilometers awayfrom the place : )
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Some nice additions, the lens seems adequate for interior shots

I like the scene of the home weavers.......................musket.
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