Friday, 10 February 2012

A Turkish Miscellany

A few more photos from our November trip to Turkey, that didn't really fit in anywhere else:

The Turkish flag fluttering overhead.

Goats crossing near my dad's house.

The men of Kemer seem to spend all day chatting and playing games - which can't be bad!

There are several of these little huts dotted in the mountains; I can't translate the signs, but I'm pretty sure the message is that we should keep out.

And finally, the last sun lounger on the beach at Ölüdeniz - a coastal resort which was basically a ghost town when we passed through, since it was the off-season.


Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird said...

How absolutely gorgeous, especially that last one. What a great trip!

Anonymous said...

I would guess you are right about the signs - they really look very discouraging!

Melissa Ann Goodwin said...

It looks like such an interesting place! That sunset is gorgeous.

Charlotte said...

Beautiful pictures, Rachel. This is what I imagine Turkey to be like (and loved the picture of the goats crossing!). What a lovely sunset! XOXO

Please forgive me for being so MIA... I've missed you! Hope all's well in your neck of the woods. Off to catch up now!

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