"Halva Mountains" by daddo (26788)
cagla (4246) 2014-10-25 9:58
Salam, Klaudio.. It's so nice to see you're back.. Now I have a new serial that I'll follow with great pleasure and enthusiasm and learn many things. The hills do look like halva, made of how we call 'tahin' , which is sesame oil, and the kind which is mixed with cocoa, has exactly that kind of appearance. I agree with one of your critiquers, the village with mud houses is like it might be a Kurdish village, and I think the colourful costumes of the local people-though they're very far and small, and the village being at the northern parts of Iran, supports my idea, though I'm not sure of course. A wonderful start to a new serial, the photo itself alone being an evidence of which part of the world you have visited.. Thanks for sharing and welcome home.[+]
sky by berek (50494)
cagla (4246) 2014-10-23 10:04
Komşu olmuşuz..:) Paris'i sayenizde bir güzel gezmişiz. Bu da ne güzel bir turmuş, mutlaka yapmak lazımmış demek ki, ama ben üç kez gittiğim halde hiç kısmet olmadı. Gökyüzü gerçekten çok hoş görünüyor, parlak ışıklar bulutların arkasında dağılmış, güzel binanın her noktası çok net görünmüş. Elinize sağlık. Özellikle Eiffel'in ayaklarını çerçeveleyerek çektiğiniz görüntüye bayıldım, ona da yazacağım. Selamlar.
Was it Worth the Broken Tripod? by macjake (67760)
cagla (4246) 2014-10-12 23:15
Hello Craig, I'm glad to be introduced to that huge fountain. Colors and the city view are great. In your note, you've replied all my questions arose in my mind. Your photo is much more better when viewed in a new tab. Have a nice week.
the shadow of the fisherman by COSTANTINO (65236)
cagla (4246) 2014-10-12 11:38
Hi Costantino, the photo is wonderful with the shadow on the red boat. Nearly all the boats I've seen at the Greek islands were blue and white, so at first I thought that this one is one of your Turkey shots, but then I noticed the blue-white lines on it. Thanks for sharing, your photo tells us a nice short story about the daily life in Volos. Have a nice week.