Tuesday, March 13, 2007

CENTRAL ASIA


One year ago today I was in Central Asia for 2 weeks. Its hard to believe that I was even there. Its a beautiful. exotic place.
Check out my archives to see pictures from that trip. 2006-04-16
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27 comments:

objectif-plume said...

très belle prise de vue!

Mimmu said...

The journey have been certainly interesting like this building in your today`s photo.
I was three years ago in Jordan also in these days and Petra there was most interesting place, where I have ever been.
Thank you for your visits and kind words on my blog.

John Roberts said...

Beautiful blues!

Bill said...

That is a very large fence, or the people are very small!

My brother inlaw & family are doing a family DTS with YWAM in Chico, not to far from your new place. This world gets smaller every day.

Annie said...

One would think world travel and world information (TV) would open our hearts to others whose lives are so different from ourselves. In general it doesn't seem to be having this effect on the sentiments of these war-crazed times. I'm wondering, do you feel a closer kinship to others, a deeper feeling of brotherhood and sister as a result of your travels?

Dsole said...

wooow, that is a so impressionant building!!
Great shot! Lots of details there! :)

photo-effe said...

very nice view

Pequete said...

It must have been a wonderful journey. The picture gives us a glimpse of that. I guess I'll have to wait until my little Pequetes grow a bit more, before I can start travelling to far away places again...

Kalyan said...

Beautifully captured shot!

ruth said...

What city is this? I lived in Istanbul and dreamed of traveling into Central Asia.

Now I want to go read some Gurdjieff . . .

Beverly said...

Thanks for that. I shall visit your archive.

Olivier said...

elle est vraiment tres belle cette place. belle vue et belle photo


it is really very beautiful this place. beautiful sight and beautiful photo

outdoorexposure said...

beautiful architecture....look so grand...great shot:-))

Laurie said...

That is stunning!

Irredento Urbanita said...

wwooww, Sometimes words are not enough. I need to travel to obtain photos like that. Really great place!!!

goatman said...

The graphic gates are a treasure.
Designs with thousands of years of history. Hope that you took a lot of shots.
Thanks

Piika said...

wow that's spectacular... must've been incredibly interesting!

Faye Pekas said...

Beautiful building. It must have been wonderful to visit there. I'll check out your archives.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

This is beautiful. What a trip!

Pat said...

Sue, what a marvelous photo! I'd so love to travel to some of these places!



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Ben said...

Great place. I haven't been such a place but Meg's parents had been there for once. I have only know there by pictures and TV documentary show. How wonderful that you have been there by own.

Moi said...

lovely place and beautiful pics...checked them out from ur archives.....Have been forever fascinated by Central Asia and Hindukush mountains...wud love to stop by sometime in life there on my way to India ....thanx for sharing them..u evoked that wanderlust in me all over again :)

OutHouse Capital of Canada said...

it is almost a year since I was in Turkey for an eclipse of the sun and will do an aniversary thing on my blog at that time

worldwide1 said...

The Great Islamic Architecture is simply timeless as it is intricate.

and your vantage point to capture it's grandeur and size is wonderfully done.

What a lovely capture.

Joan González said...

bien por los "archibes".

salut

joan

kris said...

wow, amazing details! i could spent days going through every inch here

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.