11 July 2014

Holiday photographs

My apologies.  It's been almost two months since I last wrote a blog post.  This year has been like no other since my father's death in late March.  It takes time to accept the loss of a parent and to adjust to the new family dynamics.  We recently returned from being away on holiday and even that felt different this year.  Still, we have to be mindful of the fact that life goes on.  So here then are some photographs from our holiday.

This photograph was taken from a look-out point at the top of a mountain range.  I'm not sure how high the mountain was but it gives the impression that it was taken from the window of a plane whereas this was not the case.

Local cherries a bargain at 4 Turkish Liras a kilo which is about 1.38 Euros, 1.88 US Dollars and 1.09 GBP.

This is a photograph of a random house in a small village we cycled to, I particularly liked the cloud formations and the beautiful blue sky.

Some local aubergines (egg plants).  The handwritten name on the cardboard roughly translates as beautiful village grown produce and is not the word for an aubergine in Turkish.

A top-down view of a cup of Turkish coffee with a small piece of Turkish delight on the side.

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