I'm leading a tour group here in Turkey and Greece, and I've taken over 1000 pics so far just in Turkey. Here are some of my favs. The one with the columns is from ancient Laodicea. It's the palaestra of the Roman gymnasium at the northeast corner of the intersection of the cardo and decumanus. It was threatening rain/snow to the northeast but the setting sun came out, and I was fortunate to catch the light just right. The snowy mound is one of the Lydian Tumulus (=cemetry mound) from the 6th/5th century BCE near Saris, Turkey. I'm not quite sure why, but this pic just feels right to me. The other three are from the Blue Mosque in Istanbul. Two of them are with my fisheye lens which I brought along specifically with the mosque in mind. They do give a bit better sense of the immense space in there.