Anatolia has always been a bridge between Europe and Asia. Still today traditions dominate daily life as shown in many of the photos below, taken in 2006 and more than 25 years earlier. Can you find out which are newer and which are older? The correct solution (proving that time means almost nothing in timeless Anatolia) is offered at the bottom of the page ;-).
Ploughing (Taspinar, MF).
Below Hasan Dagi (Taspinar, MF).
Protection agains wolves (Akkoy, MF).
Newborn in my family (Babayan, MF).
Sheep in the sunlight (Celtik, MF).
Tourism is coming (Goreme, JA).
Painted Cart (Cay, MF).
Women (Goreme, JA).
Dressed Horse (Cay, MF).
One horsepower (Goreme, JA).
Going to work (Goreme, FA).
Cutting wood (Babayan, FA).
Men (Goreme, JA).
Cooking palacinkas (Cay, MF).
Tuba and friends (Cay, MF).
Preparing kasiaf (Konya, MF).
Kasiaf is ready (Konya, MF).
Preparing tea (Belkaya, MF).
Bringing tea (Konya, MF).
In the tea room (Cay, MF).
Two days after the eclipse (Cay, MF).
Country life (Karakus, MF).
Living below volcanoes (Meke Golu, MF).
Selling bread (Cay, MF).
In the street (Cay, MF).
|Here is the solution to the question above ;-).|