Descent, downhill can be fun!

This was one adventurous lady. If I had a telephoto I would’ve liked to capture her thrill. From my point of view it takes courage to do something like that in an alien country, not to mention the weird landscape of Cappadocia.

 There she is again. On a private tour driving along and stopping by every now and then, it became hard for me to know who this was. She turned up on these two distinctly different clicks of the landscape. This is cropped in just a bit.

On a private tour driving along and stopping by now and then, it became hard for me to know who this was.

From my archives on one of the most memorable holidays of all in Cappadocia in December 2009; shot on my sweet Nikon D60 and now defunct Sigma 18-125mm I loved most. Hope you like it. For more awesome pictures do look at the Weekly Photo Challenge: Descent

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About shabnamphoto

I'm a graphic artist with a passion for photography. I like to tell a story with my pictures. Sometimes a picture may speak on its own and at other times it may need an explanation. I'm intrigued by the ordinariness of life and enjoy documenting my life in the light and shadow of what surrounds me. Be it people, landscape, flowers, architecture or birds, the camera helps me see what I wouldn't with my naked eye.
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12 Responses to Descent, downhill can be fun!

  1. Awesome, it almost looks like she is floating. Great shot, is that the tea kettle thing? It looks like a camel lol

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  2. Rondje says:

    Hmmm, everything ok there? you made it a month almost?!

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    • shabnamphoto says:

      Hey Ron, thanks so much. It’s great to know you’re there. Somehow there’s so much in the archives, I’m overwhelmed and unable to think straight! Shooting pictures after pictures…

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  3. WildBlack says:

    Downhill can be tricky. Really interesting capture 🙂

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  4. I visited Cappadocia once and totally loved the place! It feels almost surrealistic to be there.

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  5. That’s tricky to go down such hills/slope! The landscape looks amazing – love the rock form – simply stunning!

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  6. Amazing picture…what a magnificent landscape…exploring the essence of adventure in nature.

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  7. ashokbhatia says:

    My geography is rather shallow. May I know where this place is?

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