Ceyhan Nehri

The city you see on the other side is Turkey’s fifth most populated city, Adana. There is an American Air Base minutes away from this city. It is kind of arid, dusty, and dingy compared to what most Americans are used to, so most of them think Adana is a terrible place. I, however, love it. Where else can you get some of the best food in the world for cheap while watching people drag 100ft long bundles of rebar down the street in the middle of traffic while an old man squats in the median to relieve himself? It feels like a different planet, but there are hidden gems all over the place.




4 responses

  1. Clint,
    That skyline reflected in the water is some stunning capture. Well done.
    Best regards and good to see you again…

    24 August, 2010 at 11:10 pm

  2. Ade

    Gorgeous shots and I really like the graphic feel black & white brings to them.

    1 September, 2010 at 6:37 am

  3. These photos are amazing, I’m sure being there was even more breath-taking though! I’m jealous 🙂

    22 September, 2010 at 1:14 pm

  4. Pingback: Nice Adana photos | Belek

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