Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Random village photos

Browsing through my photos and our village Facebook page I came across some which I think will give you a "feel" for what life is like here. Some of them are recent, but others are older, some I have posted previously.  There are also one or two taken by Mr A.


Mr A helped to deliver this calf

Neighbours

Mr A...the labourer






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  1. Love the photo`s........F.XX

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  2. We must record theses images as I fear village life will change completely in the next few decades.

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    1. I think you're right BtoB. I am saving quite a few from our village Facebook page because things are changing far too quickly, and not always for the best.

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  3. You may like to look up Pad Gaucin on the web. A page on animals in Andalusia that might give you some ideas. Sue

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  4. Love those photos...and village life. Every time I'm in Turkey I always want to visit these villages...and my husband and his sister laugh at me, they don't understand why???? Those people look more relaxed and everything is more simpler then life here......running around and always busy and stressed out....
    Mr. A looks like he's already dressed to get to work. Love these pics...have a great day....I can't take much more here the temperatures have been below zero well over 2 months in a row and the snow is NOT melting.

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    1. I'm glad you like the photos Erica. Life in villages here is very different to the large towns.

      Poor you with that awful weather. Try to stay as warm as possible xx

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  5. It's nice to see something of the place where you live....and I notice that it's the people as much as the place that you record...the important bit!

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    1. Yes they are important Helen. They make a place what it is, the good,the bad, the indifferent. They all play their part.

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  6. Lovely glimpses of your surroundings, Ayak - landscape, village and people. Yes, do try to capture what's left of the old way of life. It's vanishing so quickly everywhere, though I don't think anyone will miss those roads.

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    1. It's changing much too quickly Perpetua and it's good to hang on to these photos. Oh yes I will be happy when the roads change!

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