Tag Archives: anatolia

  1. Weekly Photo Challenge: Landscape (II)


    Saturday 02 April, 2016 by Uncle Spike

    This week’s second Weekly Photo Challenge is another from here in Türkiye, taken in rural Konya, in central Anatolia. Hope you …
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  2. Salt….

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    Wednesday 22 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    Central Anatolian salt flats  . At the processing factory there are piles of raw salt. .

  3. Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol (III)


    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 …
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  4. Anatolian Road Trip Scenery


    Sunday 31 May, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    A last minute family event the other week saw me take another road trip to Ankara, the capital city of …
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  5. Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate (IV)


    Monday 04 May, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    This week’s fourth and probably final entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge was taken in the Karatay Madrasa, …
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  6. Rural Anatolian life


    Sunday 05 April, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    On travels within my wife’s paternal homeland province of Konya, we came across many, what you might call ‘salt of the …
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  7. Images of rural Konya


    Saturday 04 April, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    Konya is a large province in the heartland of Türkiye, and the homeland to my father-in-law and his clan. It’s …
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