datca aktur tepeden by efi (5303)
cagla (4268) 2014-11-15 11:57
...ve al bayrağıyla. :) Ne kadar net bir panaromik görüntü olmuş. sağ klik open image in new window yaptım ve orjinal büyüklüğüyle izledim, harika. Başka daha kolay yolu var mı acaba? Eline sağlık. Bizim kayık da bu aralar Göcek'ten dönüş yapacak, belki bir iki gün buralarda durur muyuz, bilmem...
Nothing in the World Like Fresh Bread by daddo (27044)
cagla (4268) 2014-11-13 17:54
Merhaba Klaudio, the pebbles seem very interesting, I've never seen or heard that kind of oven. The bread must be delicious. I'm learning many things about a very close neighbour country from a friend who lives in Australia, doesn't it sound strange? Anyway, that is what I like about TE and your gallery. Thank you.
Foggy Vancouver by macjake (69877)
cagla (4268) 2014-11-13 17:43
Hi Craig, A beautiful and lucky point of view, as you are on plane when the trees and buildings were like they are blooming over the clouds. I loved both the scenery under fog, and the workshops. Birds eye view is usually a pleasant way of presentation, isn't it? Congratulations.
Troglodyte Kandovan by daddo (27044)
cagla (4268) 2014-10-27 14:51
Very interesting geological shapes, the structure of the tuffs looks like the ones in Capadoccia, (the fairy chimneys?) . Cables and clothes everywhere, and the donkeys still work hard,.. similar sceneries as in Turkey. :) I liked the snowy hill at the bg in ws. Thanks for sharing.
Gentleman From Tabriz by daddo (27044)
cagla (4268) 2014-10-26 15:38
Salam, Klaudio.. This is a wonderful portrait, giving us a masterpiece taste, the light on him is very good, and it is just the right time for his smoke coming out. Though the way he's dressed is very similar to the men in rural parts of Turkey, his accessories ornamented with semi precious stones are totally different and has a very authentic effect on your photo. What can I say more, just perfect, like a very impressive introduction to a new book.. You should have got a pipe like his from that bazaar, I know you don't smoke, but it looks like it is a very good souvenir from that part of the world. By the way, Azarbayjan language is almost same with the Turkish spoken in İstanbul, except for the accent and a few other differences .. Some words sound similar but have different meanings, which makes the conversation sometimes a little amusing. Have a nice week.