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The clock-tower of Amasya (amasya) was built by the governor Ziya Pasha in 1865.
Thank you all folks for the appreciation of my "Beautiful Como".
wonderful set Nezith brilliant detail and colour v1 for me today love the comp a belter nice one
Lovely set of images.
A wonderful clock tower so well maintained after 148 years!
Although the natural colours are lovely, I do like the mono convertion also.
Great set of images , very well taken and presented.....
I like the observation windows at the top of this clock tower!
and then there is the mist on the rock face!
Seems like a small western world clock building on an India design column. Makes one stop and wonder. All three images are VERY worthy. TG
V1 is my favorite, Monsieur Nezih! I must be honest, those mountains in the background caught my eye immediately. They are absolutely wonderful! Those colors and the texture on the top portion...Is that granite?? I loved them!
Definitely V1 for me too Nezih !! Excellent photography !
a dramatic timepiece
Some tower that.....Impressive with an equally impressive background
I am hoping you didn't get wet
A Brilliant set but I go for the colour today,As I like the colours of both image
Stone, brick and wood, with the brick dominating. The central section harks back to imperial antiquity, I think; in any case the tower is an usual blend of styles in a dramatic setting. I bet it was meant with true 1860s psychology as a watch-tower too!
Very well taken studies, Nezih; I have a particular liking for the perspective in V3.
Three wonderful images, Nezih - perfect examples to show that you don't always need a sunny day to take excellent photographs!
What a lovely tower - V1 for me
I go for V3, traffic cones and all ( ). It's the bigger picture, the perspective makes the mountains and sky more important.
Great series of images love the mono conversion
Interesting series Nezih, V1 my favourite today.
The rain adds another dimension to the image. Top shot.
Three nice images Nonur!! Nice work!!
3 excellent images Nezih, a very interesting piece of architexture, V2 for me today
v3 has a good perspective and lead in but the tower is just part of the scene. The perspective of v1 makes the tower so much more impressive but still retains the imposing mountain backdrop.
I prefer the composition in v3
I thought at first they were two different structures here Nezih !!
Colour for me.
great set- v3 for me - I like the clouds falling in the back and the color
A brilliant set of images Nezih. I love the composition of V1.
An impressive clock tower.
I have to go back to Turkey
Three interesting variants capturing this wonderful Clock Tower Nezih. For me the monochrome version hits all the right points.
V1 for me, Nezih
I prefer colour versions... beautiful sky, wonderfully taken.
Three great images, Nezih, but the mono takes it for me today.
I like the colour in V1 this is a lovely shot made even better by the reflections.
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