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Sivas to Malatya with a few stops in between.
(Above : Sivas central market evening and on a very cold morning)
(Goats taking a final stop on the road between Sivas and Malatya)
(Snow gives way to arid hills)
(A brilliant sunset on the high plains)
(A bright new day in Old Malatya)
(Waiting for lunch, Old Malatya)
(Shoe repairmen in Malatya's market district)
(The open road...)
Posted at 04:20 AM in Miscellaneous, Travel, Turkey | Permalink
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Just fantastic, David! The evening market photo looks unbelievable, like some kind of Disney set design. Thanks for sharing these with us.
Frederick A. Reddy, II |
February 06, 2012 at 10:22 PM
Thanks, Fredrick! That time right after sundown is often my favorite especially when you can combine a back drop like that. Glad you liked the series.
February 07, 2012 at 02:22 AM
Love the diversity of photos here. The beam of sunlight into the market is beautiful.
Snippets of Thyme |
February 10, 2012 at 03:59 AM
Thanks, Snippets - The diversity is one of the great things about road tripping in Turkey. The terrain can change, sometimes drastically at a turn in the road. Kind of a happy accident with the market shot. It was -12 deg C in Sivas and crystal clear so one of the vendors lit a fire from some wooden packing crates. Nearly smoked me out but created a cool effect.
February 10, 2012 at 04:34 PM
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