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TDN Oct 7, 2006 11:58 AM

Guess why they call it that way ;)

also on http://tdn9.be/photo.php?id=37

http://www.tdn9.be/photo/Turkey06/LoveValley001.jpg

http://www.tdn9.be/photo/Turkey06/LoveValley002.jpg


http://www.tdn9.be/photo/Turkey06/LoveValley003.jpg


TDN

pwithem Oct 7, 2006 2:13 PM

Is it because it has a bunch of tall, penis-shaped monuments? :)

bilybianca Oct 7, 2006 2:24 PM

pwithem wrote:
Quote:

Is it because it has a bunch of tall, penis-shaped monuments? :)
Could you be a bit more explicit, I don't really get it. :shock:

Kjell



gfurm Oct 7, 2006 7:09 PM

you have dirty minds,
probably when it was discovered they've seen a couple of locals having sex on the rock :blah:

greg

mutty Oct 7, 2006 8:45 PM

Holy giant petrified asparagus!

TDN Oct 7, 2006 9:13 PM

gfurm wrote:
Quote:

you have dirty minds,
probably when it was discovered they've seen a couple of locals having sex on the rock :blah:

greg
Lol, no actually it is because it's a valley of giant penises :p

but maybe your theory is proved right these days ;)

Nature has a wonderful sense of humor :p They were actually created by vulcanic ashes, on top of which a lava stream flowed. Because the ashes erode more quickly than the lava, shapes like this came out.

TDN


mtngal Oct 7, 2006 10:49 PM

Its amazing that they are naturally occurring phenomena. They are certainly odd, stranger than the hoodoos at Bryce (though I prefer the colors at Bryce better).

mtngal Oct 7, 2006 10:49 PM

Its amazing that they are naturally occurring phenomena. They are certainly odd, stranger than the hoodoos at Bryce (though I prefer the colors at Bryce better).

NonEntity1 Oct 7, 2006 10:53 PM

OK, but where is this valley, is this from your recent vacation to Turkey?

Tim

TDN Oct 8, 2006 7:19 AM

NonEntity1 wrote:
Quote:

OK, but where is this valley, is this from your recent vacation to Turkey?

Tim
yes, they're located in Cappadocia, central Turkey.

The area is filled with strange geological structures, and with nice evening/morning light it is a photographers dream :)

Check out this pano to get an idea of what I mean: http://tdn9.be/photo/Turkey06/CappadociaPano.mov


TDN



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