Pamukkale

My journey in Turkey brought me to Pamukkale known as “cotton castle” in Turkish.

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It is a World Heritage Site, well-known for the hot springs and the carbonate terraces formed from the flowing waters which deposited a host of minerals onto the limestone.

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The powdery-white limestone overlooking the town of Pamukkale at the foot of the hot spring.

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Bare your feet in the warm hot springs/ feel the chilly wavy motifs on the rocks.

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The castle appearing as fluffy as cotton, as white as snow, as creamy as sundae.

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Walls of limestone molded by cascading water, tinted with bits of tan.

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A nice blend of light rust, aqua blue and snow white.

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Caribbean blue waters against wintry sky

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