Travel Theme: On Display

Ailsa said ‘No matter where you go, there’s always something for sale somewhere. The items on display in local stores are often evocative of the flavours and aesthetics of the culture you’re in and make for really interesting photographs.’ The things I have photographed are not for sale but displayed in the Museum of Anatolian Civilisation in Ankara, I’m sure that still counts.

Would you like to join in? call in at Ailsa’s Place she would love to see you.

13 thoughts on “Travel Theme: On Display

  1. I love your tweaks of these “assigned topics”! And the pictures are great too. 😉 The people who made those pieces had such an eye for animals, whether the works are realistic like the horse’s head or humorous like that little rabbit. Thanks for sharing them!

  2. Nice post for the Theme “On Display” She did not say the items had to be for sale, just on display and I believe yours qualify. That is my vote (LOL) I love these carvings, they each tell a story. Great job Gilly!! 😉

    1. Yes! it was wonderful, it even had a clay tablet that served as divorce papers a couple of millenia ago. The garden pieces were great too.

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