So many readers of our pages have such a profound love of Fethiye and the surrounding region they have made it their home while others will visit as often as they can – whether that’s twice, three or even four times a year.
But, if your own love affair is from a distance or if COVID-19 has thrown up barriers it’s impossible to cross right now, it may easy to hop on a plane to your “happy place” as often as you’d like.
That doesn’t mean your love for the region is any less strong though – and we were reminded of that by some lovely words and pictures we received recently from Canada’s Suzanne Rolland.
A love story
Responding to request for albums of pictures from readers of favourite locations and themes, Suzanne writes: “I have completed ten trips from Canada to Turkey and always I am in love with its people, landscape, seaside, food, wine, scenery to the point where I hold the Turkish sun in my hands at sunset on the Fethiye promenade.
“Turkey is the land for me to experiment with new things – like having a glass of Turkish wine during a family trip on a gület; like paragliding at 76 over Oludeniz; like smoking a water pipe; like climbing to the top of the Kas amphitheatre .. all of them were wonderful moments in my life.”
The pictures below reflect some of those magic moments for Suzanne – but do you have similar memories of a special place you have visted in Turkey you would like to share with our readers? If so, why not submit them for consideration?
They don’t need to be a particular shape but, to reproduce on the website, they do need to be of a reasonable resolution – perhaps 1mb or more.
The subject is up to you but – like Suzanne – we’d also ask that you include a few details about yourself, what inspired you to take the images and a little bit about them.
Please feel free to submit your album of no more than 15 images and the relevant details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do the rest.
We’ll look forward to hearing from you …