Life in the hills

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Tuesday 27 January, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Rural life in the Taurus Mountains of southwest Türkiye has its advantages.

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The scenery is generally dramatic and something to behold.

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From rivers…

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To seemingly endless mountains…

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Need I say more?

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11 thoughts on “Life in the hills

  1. Just gorgeous, thanks for the guided tour. I have never been there and probably will never get there so your blog is a joy for me.

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  2. Colleen says:

    What a beautiful part of this magnificent earth we live on. 🙂

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  3. “Need I say more”…no, not a word. ☺

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  4. Such beautiful photographs of a wonderful place…thank you:)

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  5. AnnetteM says:

    Dramatic indeed. I love the photo of the river going through the gorge. Again I have to ask where on earth were you when you took that photo. It looks like you were hanging in mid air.

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