İZMİR…. Rooftops & Sundown


Wednesday 03 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Living as I do in the rural southwest of Turkey, I don’t get to see many rooftops, apart from a few barns and small village houses, a mosque and not a lot else. So for me, it was quite fascinating, as a country bumpkin, to spend some time in a ‘city’ this past summer.

When we were in İzmir, one of the most interesting things for me was spending evenings on the balcony, looking around at the rooftops of the surrounding apartment blocks.

These are a few of the images that remind me of my venture to the ‘big city’. I have refrained from any commentary on this occasion; all is pretty self explanatory. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the memories shared here.
















For other posts in this series on İzmir, click HERE !


2 thoughts on “İZMİR…. Rooftops & Sundown

  1. I love looking out over rooftops, and am lucky enough to do so every day as my house is high up. Although my view over my modest size town isn’t quite as intriguing as looking across at other rooftops in a big city, where one gets the feeling of almost being in a different world altogether — one that’s separate from the streets below.

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