Wednesday, 22 July 2009

View from a foreign window


Just a few views from our holiday in turkey, i have to admit that these were taken by hubby, he commandeered the camera for the whole of the holiday!!



I thought the three here should stand on their own as they were briiliant.

Taken from the hotel room at 5.am the moonlight shimmerimg on the sea.




This is of a beautiful sunset where our daughter was staying high in the hills of Yalikavak the views were stunning





This was taken i am informed at around 5.am when hubby went to open the window
of our hotel room. A liitle dark as you can see but beautiful none the less with the moon shining on the sea and the hills in the background.





The holiday was really lovely and relaxing for all of us i think we all needed to recharge the batteries after a very difficult few months. Will get some more piccies uploaded soon so you can see how beautiful it all was.

6 comments:

Tricia said...

They are great photos J - and so atmospheric.

Sunset through a chilled glass of wine - now how good is that! :D

So glad the holiday helped to relax you all and a well earned break for you!

avalon said...

Tricia: Thanks, you can picture the scene can't you nice bottle of wine fresh fish on the b.b.q a glorious view and warm sun!! oh for some sun LOL

oldcrow61 said...

They are indeed beautiful pictures. Happy to hear that you had a good holiday. Looking forward to seeing more photos.

Linda - Gold Coast said...

Gorgeous photo's, especially the sunset through the wine glass, such a great idea. So pleased to hear you enjoyed your holiday and feel relaxed and re-charged. Have a lovely weekend. Linda

avalon said...

OC: Thanks we did have a great time, more piccies to follow.

Linda: Thanks for dropping by, nice to have a new person leaving a message! can't seem to get on your blog though. The sunsets over there were wonderful.

Linda - Gold Coast said...

Avalon, I haven't had chance to start a blog yet. I'm too busy reading so many wonderful blogs!! I should be out working in the garden but as you can see I'm busy on the computer. In the 70's our favourite holiday destination was Cornwall and went for about 6 years on the trot. Just a beautiful part of the Country. You are very blessed to live there. Linda