Sunday, 12 June 2011

Turquoise coast

The Turquoise coast, commonly known as the Turkish Riviera, is located on the coast of south west Turkey and lives up to its name. The waters are varying shades of blue and crystal clear. The coastline around Oludeniz is extremely dramatic where tall cliffs plunge into the Aegean Sea. It is very popular with para-gliders who start their journey from Babada─č (a mountain nearly 2000m above sea level) and end it on the beaches of Oludeniz. Oludeniz is also the perfect launch pad for day trips to the neighbouring islands and nearby beaches. Below are just a selection of the many photos taken during a week on the Turquoise coast.




















3 comments:

catty said...

Living in London you almost forget that colours like that are real! Really stunning and truly turquoise! ps. LOVE the pic of the grilled fish :)

Lilian Martin said...

Your pictures are stunning, as always.

Dondon said...

This is the first time I have had chance to sit and really take the beauty of these photos in.
As always dear Brucie, your photographs are the work of a genius!

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