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June 03, 2013

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thyme (sarah)

Fabulous collection of photos. I learn so much from just looking at your photography. It must break your heart a bit to see what is happening in this beautiful country. Good luck to you on your trip back.

Dave

Thanks, Sarah. Yeah, it is difficult to watch. Let's hope for the best.

Kimberly

Great article and photos. I agree with you on Turkey and am saddened by what's happening now. Hopefully it gets better at some point. Last year, I spent almost 2 wks there and it was amazing.

Dave

Thanks, Kimberly. I think so many people don't realise how big and diverse the country is. I have spent a lot of time there and continue to be amazed not just by the beauty of the landscape but by the overwhelming generosity of its' people. I have rarely been made to feel so at home in a country that I've traveled to. Incredible hospitality.

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