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A view of some of the countless interesting rock formations of the area around G鰎eme, taken shortly before sunset. These are located approximately North of the G鰎eme Open Air Museum ("G鰎eme Aık Hava M鼁esi" in Turkish), at the end of the Valley of the Roses (I think...), aka Red Valley, in a smooth slope that marks the eastern limit of the plain that extends from North of G鰎eme to Cavusin.

The image is a stitch of two horizontal shots. I don't remember why I chose having a stitched image instead of a simple shot; maybe it was because I couldn't get a POV that allow me the angle to get the three rock pyramids in the same shot, maybe I was lazy to walk to a distance that allowed that POV, maybe I am addicted to stitched images. :-)

I am not sure if the tree on the left is necessary to the compo. I posted a cropped version as workshop. What do you think?

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