Sunday, 22 June 2008

TURKEY WINDOWS, BICYCLES AND WILDLIFE




51 comments:

  1. Neil you capture the most textured photos. I'd like to see your walls at home or your albums. You must have some interesting and awsome stuff. xox

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  2. WOW, those flowers! Pretty shot.

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  3. Lovely. Do those lanterns light up?

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  4. Awww they have him chained. Atleast he's sleeping comfortable.

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  5. Well I enjoyed these Neil. Thank you. xox

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  6. Never got round to putting any of my pics on the wall, Robin, but just bought some photo paper . . . I liked this for the pigeons (can you see them?).

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  7. Yes, I noticed many things in this photo. I would hang it on my wall. xox

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  8. This was in the abandoned city/village of Kayakoyu. I don't think the bike was abandoned though. A mystery!

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  9. Yes! These hang over the tables of the outdoor restaurant. It's magical at night (but hard to photograph!).

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  10. This is the restaurant with the lanterns. It's one of my favourite restaurants.

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  11. It's really beautiful there. All those flowers. And the different colors in the stone. Truely a romantic place.

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  12. This is the abandoned town again.

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  13. Wow the flowers and vines just wrap around the buildings. It's to pretty to not notice. I would have had whiplash from looking at everything.

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  14. Ooo nice. Does it flood there or is it damp? I love the color in the stones.

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  15. This is Kas. Part of the waterfront is lined with hotels like this. The reception is at ground level, the rooms are up above, and the dining room is under the trees and flowers on the roof of the reception with views over the bay. Isn't it a great arrangement!

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  16. This is a beautiful black and white.

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  17. It is permanently pumped, Robin. If they switch off the pump, it fills to just below the roof - with drinkable water! There is about 6 inches of water underfoot.

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  18. Wow they dress very simple. Everything is covered up except for sandels.

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  19. Wow I'd like some of those lanterns for my trees.

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  20. Just awsome those flowers are with the stone building.

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  21. Robin, I have to go now. Thanks so much for spending time here and for bothering to make all your comments. Much appreciated. See you soon.

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  22. Neil are those dolls of some sort hanging off the doors? xox

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  23. Mmm homemade bread. Nice golden crust.

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  24. awww have to have a picture of puppy breath.

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  25. Everything is built up hill. Makes for interesting shots.

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  26. That chimney is interesting. Neat building. Thanks for sharing Neil. xox

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  27. Well thanks Neil, you take excellent photos. You have a good eye for them. I'm so amature it's funny. I try though. Your are wonderful. xox

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  28. is that a cricket??? it is huge...........

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  29. they are beautiful, so cute ! can't be more than a few weeks old.

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  30. What a wonderful collection - that locust looks as if it has a "Robin's mask on ( from Batman and Robin) I think pic 125 would be my favourite window/balcony but it was a hard choice. And than you for the Turkish Sailor for us girls, so thoughtful of you - lol

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  31. Marmite free bread! I can go to Turkey now.

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  32. excellent picture...really good job...

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  33. Oh I like the composition of this one - nice bougainvilleas too.

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  34. Thanks. Nice headscarf, isn't it . . .

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  35. great composition and it would make a great oil painting too

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  36. Thanks for sharing these. When were you there?

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  37. I think this was my last trip in May.

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