Five Stans 23 – A Sampling

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4 Replies to “Five Stans 23 – A Sampling”

  1. 1. I think I would want a white umbrella in that sun. Plus a hat. Plus sunscreen.

    2, 3. I like photos of people who are posing for someone else.

    5. That looks like a wonderful spot to have some mint tea and a snack.

    7. I am imagining this as a fancy distance marker, or a directions way point.

    The rest. Once again I’m stunned by the workmanship and effort put into such places.

    1. Thank you kindly, as always, Keith for visiting and your commenting, especially this time as you waded through a cascade of images. I always find your comments interesting. It is also interesting to see and hear which images generate a reaction. Some images I know are very good and they generate a response. Other times, an image that may have nearly been edited out also gets a positive reaction.

  2. Hi Sean,
    Daryl here.
    I have gone through my snaps (as opposed to your photographs) of our trip and also searched through two souvenir guide books that I purchased ; ‘Samarkand The City and the Legends’ and ‘Historical Monuments of Uzbekistan’ but I’m afraid I cannot help you with a positive identification of your two doubtful Amir Temur shots. Not surprising as I am the worlds worst record keeper and rely on Apple and Google for most of my photo info.
    Judy and I are enjoying your posts. At times it seems like it was ages ago and yet other times it seems like only yesterday we were travelling through the “Stans’. Your posts are reminding us of the enjoyment and wonderful sights we encountered. Keep it up.

    1. Thank you Daryl for your research, for visiting, and commenting. I am glad you and Judy are enjoying the journey for the second time. Be thankful you are not seeing the thousands of images I captured that are absolute dreck :). Cheers

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