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Old Mar 22, 2010, 8:33 PM   #11
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A truly fascinating place. What is that little island in the lower pool? Its just visible on the left of the 3rd from last photo and clearly visible in your first shot.
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So much breathtaking shots. Thank you also for typing up a bit of history.
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Bahadir, the first two of your latest set are amazing - that must be an absolutely beautiful place!
Thank you for your kind appreciation. I think the best time to go there is anytime in autumn, winter or spring, other than the 'touristic' summertime I spent there two days there with my wife and my kids in our inland Aegean tour, which was never enough to do justice to the place!

Btw, I quite liked the Austrian pictures in your Flickr ; )
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Old Mar 24, 2010, 5:08 AM   #14
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A truly fascinating place. What is that little island in the lower pool? Its just visible on the left of the 3rd from last photo and clearly visible in your first shot.
I appreciate your keen eye my friend. That little island is a decorative one with plants you can ride around with a water bike as in the picture below, at which kids aboard can witness their father's navigational skills (!! ) Oh, the island could also make a quiet place for the ducks to rest when not run aground by some water bike





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Old Mar 24, 2010, 5:23 AM   #15
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So much breathtaking shots. Thank you also for typing up a bit of history.
Thank you for your words of appreciation. Surely some knowledge enhances appreciation, and a bit of history can go a long way in this regard... : )
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Old Mar 24, 2010, 5:23 AM   #16
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Btw, I quite liked the Austrian pictures in your Flickr ; )
Thank you very much Bahadir - the shots on Flickr are the same that I've posted here, with the same names
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Old Mar 24, 2010, 5:48 AM   #17
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Thank you very much Bahadir - the shots on Flickr are the same that I've posted here, with the same names
So, I think I should spare some more time to the forums

I remember thinking of an Alpine scene of whiteout for a brief moment while shooting in the travertine field under the the cloudy but luminious sky of Caria : )
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Nothing less than spectacular picks.
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Old Mar 26, 2010, 4:29 AM   #19
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Nothing less than spectacular picks.
Oh, happy is the one who shares it with kindred spirits : ) Thank you for letting me know about your kind feedback.
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Old Mar 27, 2010, 11:28 PM   #20
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A very nice series - I love the Travertine terraces. What a wonderful place to visit - someday I'll manage to get to your part of the world, but until then, I'll just enjoy your photos.
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