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Thank you, Rajiv.
Un montage qui s’intègre bien a la vallée de gôreme.
Merci beaucoup, Orepuk.
Ta atmosféra? Úžasné.
This is probably my favourite that you’ve created to date. It’s beautiful.
Thank you very much for the nice compliment, Sonmicloud.
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Thank you, Jaap!
Amazing but so special
Thank you very much!
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Vielen Dank. Dir auch liebe Grüße!
Thank you a lot!
Very dream like – almost Dali-esque.
Thank you very much, Doublewhirler.
Oh …. I do LOVE this one!!!
Thank you, Herman.
Very cool. Cappadocia???
Yes, Cappadocia. I took the picture in Uçhisar.
looks like they are having a walk in cappadocia.
Yes, they do.
Though the weather was not too nice, as you can see 🙂
This is just genius, Rabirius! I love your use of colour and tone.
Thank you very much, Richard!
WOW this is amazing . I have never even heard of Uçhisar? Where is it please?
This is in Cappadocia, in Turkey. The region as such already is quite psychedelic with all its strange rock formations. It really is worth visiting (as there are a lot of amazing places in Turkey).
I was there for one day on a cruise but wanted MORE !
Then I think it is time you visit Turkey again. It really has a lot of things to offer 🙂
Do you think a small American woman is safe in Turkey?
Well, I the touristic places like Cappadocia or Pamukkale or the Mediterranean coast should be fine. The Eastern region might be a bit difficult – not that it is really dangerous, but a lot of people are really conservative and religious and are not used to women traveling by themselves. Therefore one has to know exactly what one can do or not. I have a friend who often travels there by herself and she says it is not really possible to go out alone after it gets dark and therefore she has to go to her hotel room after dinner and start reading or things. But in the touristy places the people are used to that and it shouldn’t be a problem.
Yes, this is a trip I would not make alone i think ……
…but if you find someone to travel with you I can really recommend traveling to Turkey. It has a lot of beautiful and diverse places to offer – as well as a very long cultural history…
Thank you very much, Jalal.
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Brilliant shot! I instantly recognized Cappadocia (which I visited around 10 years ago).
Yes, the landscape there really is unique.
Thank you for your compliment!
Fantastic landscape. Cappadocia is a place I’d love to visit again.
Though if you go now, you will probably notice that there are a lot more tourists. I went with a friend who had been there 9 years ago and she was a bit shocked. Nonetheless, when you go for walks in all the beautiful valleys it is not too crowded. So it is okay.
Another world! Amazing.
Yes, Cappadocia is like another world. Thank you very much for your compliment!
Is that a real place? Or were you in a dream?
Yes. It is in Uçhisar in Turkey.
The region, Cappadocia, has a lot of strange mountain constellations to offer.
Even the doors, that’s a bit strange.
Yes, in the rocks are a lot of caves, so people are actually living there.
Certainly, now a lot of stone was washed away by the rain – so a lot of people build something in or on their caves. (The hotel where I stayed also had cave rooms.)
You also find other places like that – also in Hasankeyf (which appears a lot in my blog recently) there are a lot of cave houses. And I also know of a place like that in Iran – so there are probably a lot more to find. I think also in Russia, in the Altai region (or even more East) are also some strange rock formations. Maybe there are also some cave houses there.
This is cool! HDR?
Thank you, Uday.
Yes, this is a HDR.
Super,ik heb een rondreis gemaakt in Cappadocië
Ja, Cappadocië is echt mooi.
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Yes, the Cappadocian landscape is really fascinating.
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