There are many photos I can chose from Cappadocia, Turkey as the place is photogenic.
The one I like best was taken towards the end of the day when the tourists have left the place.
With nobody around, it looks quite surreal and moody.
The path leads your eyes to the forest of stone columns and the clouds were adding to the mood.
It looks as somewhere out of the world!
beautiful – like a story
Yes, like a story with fairies chimneys.
surreal is a good word you gave for it!!!
Yes, that’s the feeling!
Many thanks, Rusha!
A marvellous picture! I saw Turkey in a movie and was stunned by the beauty of those old, dreamy houses. they all look photographic
I like visiting there, it looks photogenic!
That is unreal… I would love to see this place…
Yeah, don’t miss Cappadocia if you are in Turkey!
Thank you, Larry!
Cappadocia is amazing and unworldly. Did you have a chance to visit one of the underground cities or the rock churches?
No, we only went inside one of those caves.
Thank you, Rose!
What a beautiful place…it looks like a castle!
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Fascinating!!! Turkey must be very interesting!
It truly is!
I had no idea Turkey had such topography. Mesmerizing.
Yes, indeed mesmerizing!
very good. I’ve always wanted to see those “fairies’ chimneys” as we call them in French. Don’t know about english. Great shot Michael
Yes, we call them fairies chimneys too!
And in Cantonese?
I suspect the idea of fairies chimneys here is taken from the West.