Tuesday, August 9, 2011

MiniaTurk

via wowTurkey.com
That's not Gulliver and this is not the land of the Lilliputians. Just thought I'd clear that up right now.

Ever try to fit a landmark in the crop marks of your camera lens? I can never capture the sense of place in a picture. Sometimes the words even escape me. (Imagine that!) Miniaturk is a pretty good way to get that difficult shot. It's Turkey in miniature - scale models of sights around the country, all in one convenient location. Bet Minaturk is pretty amazing during the Tulip Festival... and it's a great place to bring the kids, who just might be bored stiff from all the museums.

Here's a 360 tour.


 

8 comments:

Old Kitty said...

May words never escape you! :-)

Love the 360 degree shot - it's so freaky but it's amazing cos it's also in 3D!!! I could just go round and round and pretend I'm on the bridge too! Yay! take care
x

Matthew MacNish said...

Okay. That's really awesome. Reminds me of the "bigatures" they used to film LOTR.

Hart Johnson said...

Oh, how cool! I think that seems like a great way to start a trip--you can identify what it is you really feel compelled to see in full scale. I love it!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That is really cool!

The Golden Eagle said...

I love the 360 tour! It's so cool to be able to see things like you're actually there. :)

Carolyn V said...

That is way cool! It would be so fun to visit! =)

LTM said...

How cute! it reminds me a little of Epcot... LOL! I bet the kids do love it--lets them pretend to be big~ :D <3

Clarissa Draper said...

How cool! I went and took the 360 degree tour. I would love to go there some day.

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