Thursday, August 1, 2019

Driving Through Turkey

Our final quarter of school began with a week off for Spring Break. We decided to drive down to the Mediterranean coast for the few days to unwind.

I snapped this picture of a simit seller, just to have a picture of what we see so often. They walk up and down at stop lights selling their little round sesame bagels.

I love driving through the country of Turkey. We spot little village after village!

Soon we began to see the Taurus Mountains, still snow capped in April.

The law states that every person must be within walking distance of a mosque, so the minarets dot every village.

Another thing I love to see is the cooperative effort of women harvesting crops together.

I believe these beautiful pastel trees are cherry trees.

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