Saturday, 29 January 2011

This Beautiful Country

Natalie at Turkish Travel Blog has just produced a wonderful post containing  scenes of Turkey through the eyes of others who either live or have visited here.   I was very happy to be included in this post along with one of my favourite photos.   Have a look here.

12 comments:

  1. I loved the photograph you put up...real life, not tourism!

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  2. Yep...that's why I chose it Fly!

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  3. Hi Linda. Thanks for participating and mentioning it on here. I too loved your photo for its originality.

    Speak soon

    Natalie

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  4. You're most welcome Natalie. It's a great post x

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  5. Your photo is my favorite - reminds me of our neighbors in Selcuk! The perfect real life view. In fact, most of our photos give a sense of how Turkey actually is, away from the tourist trail. Well done!

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  6. I sit here surrounded by houses on lawns that are laided out in perfect plots, and with paved streets lined with street lights. Really a boring scene. I'm just amazed by the woman in your picture AND the house and the back drop in your photo. Can this be? It's difficult for me to grasp how fabulously different it is where you live. You rock!!

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  7. Loved your photo on Natalie's blog. It was a great post wasn't it? Really interesting to see the different photos people chose.

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  8. Bazaar Bayer: Thanks very much and welcome to my blog.

    Charlotte Ann: Yes it can be! It is! And yes it is very different from anywhere else xx

    Hi Julia...welcome....I agree, a very lovely post by Natalie.

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  9. Hi Linda!

    Through your blog, I immediately went to the link and loved looking at all the great photos and reading the comments! This blogging world is really amazing and I'm so happy to be part of it!

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  10. Hi Claudia. It was a lovely post over at Natalie's. And I agree with you about this blogging world. I would never have imagined I would get to know so many people from all over the world...great isn't it?

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  11. Interesting post link here Ayak. Just subscribed to Natalie via Google reader. Ditto the other comments here...you do have a wonderful view, and from such an elevated position.

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  12. Phil: The view from my house is the one thing I truly love about this village.

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