ANKARA NALLIHAN KUŞ CENNETİNDEN. . . .
3 photos stitiched. . .
Nallıhan is named after a caravanserai on the ancient Silk Road to the Orient next to the river Nallı. There has been a settlement here for thousands of years.
Nallıhan: Paradise of Birds and Needlework
Nallıhan, a district 160 km from Ankara, is a region well worth paying a visit. The history of Nallıhan is similar to that of the surrounding cities: dating back thousands of years. The area has been ruled by the Hittites, Phrygians, Bithynians, Macedonians, and the empires of Persia, Rome and Byzantium throughout its history until it was conquered by the Turks in the 1300s. Some residential areas of the district were submerged after the construction of Hasan Polatkan Dam, over which boat tours are organized.
The region, featuring a Mediterranean climate, is not only a fruit and vegetable growing area but also displays rich biological diversity. The breeding of Angora goats and the cultivation of silkworms are two of the countys main sources of income.
The colorful geological formations and caves in Çayırhan area are among the places of most interest. In addition, the area called Kuş Cenneti (Bird Paradise) is home to 179 bird species. The natural beauty and amazing colors of the environment combine to create a paradise for photo enthusiasts.
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EstudioChispa (2106) 2013-10-14 12:11
What a fantastic image, Erhan! The stitching is flawless and the color rendition is beautiful.
Although you and I do not have any history of correspondence, may I be so bold as to note a small flaw? It is a problem that I am familiar with and do not know exactly how to solve.
At smaller apertures (higher f/stop numbers), even the tiniest specks on the sensor will show up. I have cleaned and cleaned and cleaned and have been unable to remove them all.
In this image, in the sky, just left of center, there is a small, darker blob. I believe this is the "speck" problem I have seen before in my own fotos.
As I have not been able to remove all of my specks by cleaning the sensor (a somewhat risky process!), I have contented myself to simply remove them in post-processing.
Do you have any experience with this issue? What would you suggest for me?
All my best,
umutlu101 (13547) 2013-10-14 12:17
bulutlar abartmaya dayanamamislar.
bana buraya nasil gidecegimi anlatman gerek,bir dahaki ankara seferimde gidebilmem için...
bu renk zenginligine hayranim
iyi bir i$ çikarmis$sin.tebrikler
CLODO (31715) 2013-10-15 1:20
A geologist would be happy to see all the strates of the ground, in different colors, and could explain what we see.
TRB (13914) 2013-10-16 11:20
bu gezi bence müthiş başarılı, bu fotoğrafta süperler arasında, tebrikler
Didi (58794) 2013-11-01 2:50
Fantastic view, very original mountain with separated colours
You should post a large panoramic version