During a 17-day tour of Turkey this fall, Arthur Hoyle and his wife, Mimi, visited Cappadocia, a region known for its unique rock formations, many of which have been carved into dwellings over the millennia. Outside of Uchisar, Hoyle captured this scene.
"Just as I snapped a photo of the distant town, a flock of pigeons flew in front of me," he said.
The Pacific Palisades resident used a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS6.
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