Tuesday 13 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike
| Tags: mountains, photography, POSTADAY, turkey, west taurus
It surprised me how green the landscape in Turkey is even at the end of summer. Beautiful.
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Varies all over… much of Türkiye is on the High Anatolian Plateau, but even here we get rains from the back end of Sept. and then it’s like the green button has been pressed.
That explains it – the first rain had been the previous week.
Looks like a happy spot to me.
Good to clear the mind of all the crap happening, that’s for sure.
I’ve been thinking of you when I read the sad news. Well-wishes to you and yours,
Neat, Spike, a landscape not too dissimilar from our foothills in the Southern Sierra Nevada of California.
Similar climate too I think.
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