Friday Mystery Photo July 20, 2012August 25, 2012 Dmitrii Good morning everyone. Its been a hectic week, not many photos, but I don’t want to miss the Friday photo. I hope you know what it is and where it is. Have a great upcoming weekend. Share this:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
24 thoughts on “Friday Mystery Photo”
It is eflections in a pool somewhere….but where I donot know. Nice shot though.
This is why photography is so spectacular! What an amazing shot.
Have no idea where it is but it is an amazing photo!
Istanbul, the sunken palace or Yerebatan Sarnıcı – Sunken Cistern. Actually it’s only a water cistern built by the Otomans with stones and columns taken from the countries they conquered. It’s right in the middle of Istanbul ( the old part) and a scene from James Bond was filmed here.
Yes, it’s Yerebatan / Basilica Cistern, built before Ottomans in 542 AD. It’s “only a cistern” like you said, not built to be seen, but it’s beautiful and unique.
Which Bond film, if I may ask? I might actually watch it to get a better look at this place.
All I know is that it’s upside down … or a reflection? <=)
This is the underground cistern in Istanbul.
GREAT mystery photo!
Spectacular photo, love the reflection here.
I hope it’s water and not a shiny hallway. If it’s a hallway I wouldn’t be able to walk on it without falling down trying to find the floor through all the reflections. Dizzying!
Thanks for taking us to such fantastic places!
Another view, if I may – http://bit.ly/O3B7hc
This is a magical place that I have visited a few times. I love your photo!
Wow, great reflection. I did not know until I read earlier comments. How fortunate for you to experience this in person. Thanks for sharing.
I’ve been there! It’s so beautiful. My daughter loved it. She thought we were on an adventure especially when we found the heads of goddess statues in the back corner.
I don’t know where this is but what a fantastic picture!
I think it’s the underground cistern in Istanbul too. Wasn’t that built in the early Byzantine era?
Never been here, but what a great shot!
stunning…love the mystery yet warm feeling.
Terrific image. I often regret that I have not yet made it to Istanbul. One more reason to go.