Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol (III)

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Sunday 12 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This week’s third entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is the symbol for a crossroad. A simple, yet immediately known symbol throughout most of the known world. Taken near to Geyre in Western Anatolia, Türkiye.

Hope you enjoy this entry.

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

The second entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Symbol‘ (II)

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https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/symbol/

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