Time is a companion that goes with us on a journey. It reminds us to cherish each moment, because it will never come again. What we leave behind is not as important as how we have lived.
What a nice picture! Just like everything you normally photograph, by the way. I love the colour of the sky, and was it as hot as it looks in the picture?
Gorgeous!I am hoping to visit Selçuk when I make my way to Turkey in a short while. It comes highly recommended.p.s.: Have been secretly admiring your blog for a while.Linked here via Aisha:)
How it arches without support at the top is very humbling science.
brilliant... the whole picture just captures the very essence of the Mediterranean- the azure sky, the heat, brown grass from the dry summer, bleached ruins (was this a hippodrome, by the way?) and a solitary tree
yes, szerelem, it is truly beautiful. your composition is highly symbolic, the way you opposed the green tree to the ruin in the background...
Thank you all!Pan: Efes was actually really pleasant and not that hot...we were lucky!icon-o-plastic: Thanks and welcome! Oh, you must visit Selcuk. Efes is great and the town in itself is adorable and charming. When are you going and for how long?.: Indeed.TR: thank you!Zuma: It was the agora if I remember correctly. This is probably my favourite picture out of all I took at Efes.Roxana: Thank you :) I actually thought that tree looked really beautiful - especially with all the ruins in the foreground and the arch in the back...Efes was beautiful and the trees, grass and flowers coming into bloom added a lot to the ruins...
I was hoping to visit in Dec but I am guessing that's not going to happen.Probably next Feb then.:(Somewhere in between I want to drop in Jordan for a quick dekko.- Schezwww.suburbannoisemachine.wordpress.com
Wannagreendoorpictures!!But this was lovely too.
How do you say "awesome" in Turkish?
Schez: Oooh! I want to go to Jordan too! You must tell me when your Turkey thing plans out...??!: See new post...km: çok awesome should suffice :D
Aha!I love the tree in the midst of the ruins.brilliant. Period. Somehow the sky reminds me of Cape Town! :)
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