My journey in Turkey brought me to Pamukkale known as “cotton castle” in Turkish.
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.
The powdery-white limestone overlooking the town of Pamukkale at the foot of the hot spring.
Bare your feet in the warm hot springs/ feel the chilly wavy motifs on the rocks.
The castle appearing as fluffy as cotton, as white as snow, as creamy as sundae.
Walls of limestone molded by cascading water, tinted with bits of tan.
A nice blend of light rust, aqua blue and snow white.
Caribbean blue waters against wintry sky