amazing! where is this?
The top three images are from the Roman ruins in Amman, Jordan. The bottom image is from Ephesus in Turkey.
wow! I’m planning to go to Amman soon and was looking for places to go there. Will surely look for this one!
Thanks for sharing these amazing shots!
I loved visiting Jordan. The ruins in Amman are right in the city. I took a tour. I think you would need to use taxis and a guide if you went alone as the ruins are in two separate locations. I hope you enjoy your time there.
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Hi Suzanne, I’m a traveling artist/writer too. Lovely ruins photos. I love to find ruins, don’t you? Much more intersting.
Great to learn of another traveling artist/writer. Ruins are inspirational aren’t they?
Fabulous, Suzanne! When it comes to the geometry of ruins, you’re spoilt for choice.
Thanks Jo. Yes I agree. Ruins do offer some great geometric shapes to photograph.
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