One of the most important cities of the antique World is for shure Ephesus, in Western Turkey.
This third one also shows the famous library "Celsus Library" of Ephesus from a different pov.
Efes'ten kareler dizisinin bu üçüncüsünde, gene ünlü Celsus kütüphanesi, sadece başka bir bakış açısından.
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lousat (79912) 2014-07-11 8:55
Hi Mesut,beautiful capture of the most big and important building of the Ephesus ruins,still there after a lot of earthquakes and still beautiful with its original and unique architechture,great capture in the best moment with the best light,i like it! Have a nice WE and thanks,Luciano
boa (6205) 2014-07-11 10:25
impressive old architecture and it is fantastic that it is still remaining parts of it after so many years.
Exquisite details in the facade well captured here. Sharp and clear shot with saturated colors, Tfs!
Have a nice evening/
Noel_Byrne (26117) 2014-07-11 11:18
What a beautiful place, the glory and artistry of its construction still so apparent, even after many years of ruination. I don't think you could have chosen a better spot from which to take this, it captures the architectural spirit so well, while that royal blue sky behind is just a perfect canvass. Really nicely done.
thanks as always
jjcordier (77870) 2014-07-11 21:50
Superbe vision de ces ruines qui ont réussi à résister à plusieurs tremblements de terre. On imagine sans peine quelle devait être la beauté de ce bâtiment!
tyro (21150) 2014-07-12 6:08
I remember seeing this magnificent library when I last visited Turkey about ten years ago. It is a truly amazing building and must have been quite magnificent when it was first built. I seem to recall that, in its time, it was one of only three libraies in the World, the other two being in Rome and Alexandria - is that right?
Of course, when one visits this place, the first thing you do is to look upwards at the amazing architecture and you have captured it beautifully here, portrayed brilliantly against a deep blue clear sky. Wonderfuul light and colours, strong composition and exceptional details and sharpness.
siudzi (34119) 2014-07-12 14:03
An impressive architectural subject for photography! Like the way you captured and presented the view with strong color contrast and good saturation result. Well done! TFS.
annjackman (20385) 2014-07-14 2:16
This is visually very strong with the ruins against such a deep blue sky. I love the way that the blue in the 'windows' make a pattern. Your low viewpoint adds to the strength of the composition. Very sharp - well done and TFS.
Kind Regards, Ann
PaulVDV (23417) 2014-07-14 4:07
Wonderful view upwards of the ancient library.
The architectural details and decorations are clearly visible.
Beautiful with the view of the blue sky through the different windows.
Best regards, Paul
macjake (58956) 2014-07-14 13:23
another fine looking post from western turkey.
what helps so much is the strong contrast between the blues and yellows.
the photo really pops and creates a strong visual.
what a piece of architecture this is!
Cricri (109761) 2014-07-14 14:01
Fantastique image de ces ruines, excellent détails, le jeu ombre et de lumière, j'aime le fond bleu qui fait un merveilleux contraste et beauté entre les "fenêtres"
berek (41131) 2014-07-15 10:51
zamanında bu kütüphaneye gitmek varmış. içinde kaybolurduk herhalde. bu açıdan süper çokmış.
claudeD (34424) 2014-07-19 13:02
wonderful picture from Ephesus showing this very interesting old architecture. Very good composition, sharpness and clarity.TFS.
With regards from Luxembourg
nikkitta (15810) 2014-07-19 14:25
What a place, so old and still of striking beauty, well seen in what reminds of the building
I like the spectacular affect obtained by your upwards POV and the impressive contrast with the sky
Great work, congrats and regards
- Copyright: Mesut Ilgim (mesutilgim) (87404)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2014-06-16
- Categories: Ruins
- Camera: Nikon D 5000, AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 G VR, 2GB Sandisk Ultra II
- Exposure: f/7.6, 1/664 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-07-11 0:35