Weekly Photo Challenge: Grand (I)

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Friday 06 December, 2013 by Uncle Spike

Clan Spike’s first entry for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is from the wonderful and majestic Aphrodisias, an ancient Greek city in what is now within the province of Denizli, Turkey.

This ancient site is awesome – not a word I often use if truth be known. Another word would indeed be…. GRAND. In the winter the place is all but deserted so you are free to wander around with the family, and the camera of course.

Hope you enjoy this entry.

Update: By the way, a second entry has since followed, Weekly Photo Challenge: Grand (II)

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 http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/12/06/grand-photo-challenge/

6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Grand (I)

  1. You’re right. The word “awesome” has been overused to the point where people don’t even know what it means anymore. Your photo reminded me of when I stood in the Acropolis and felt that sense of awe.

    janet

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  2. […] The first entry was from closer to home, from Aphrodisias, here in Turkey – Weekly Photo Challenge: Grand (I) […]

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