Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry (II)


Saturday 14 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This week’s second entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is a shot of Mount Hasan, an inactive stratovolcano in Aksaray province, Türkiye. With an elevation of 3,268 m (10,722 ft), it’s the second highest mountain of central Anatolia. The caldera is 4-5 kilometres wide formed near the current summit around 7500 BC.

Hope you enjoy this entry.




The first entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Symmetry’ (I)




10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry (II)

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  3. thenerdycanuck says:

    Great photo! Love how beautiful the mountains are.


  4. Nancy says:

    Awesome to find this in nature… great job!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. You are on a roll. Wonderful. NatGeo will be calling!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. AnnetteM says:

    Great photo and just right for this challenge


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