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Yılmaz Güner on December 13, 2007

Sayın Volkan YÜKSEL, henüz fotoğraflarınızın tamamına bakamadım. Ancak çok iyi fotoğraf çeken ve paylaşıma açık bir yapınızın olduğunu hissettim. Ben Türkiye'de volkanizma ile ilgilendim . Bu fotoğrafınızı çok beğendim.Bana değişik geldi;sanki volan konisine (sanırım yaz sonu bitkilerin bezemesi)ağaçlar ayrı bir güzellik katmış. Size teşekkür ediyor ve kutluyorum.

Volkan Yuksel on December 13, 2007

Dr. Yilmaz Bey, benimle ilgili tespitlerinizde cok haklisiniz demek isterdim ama yakisik almayacagi icin diyemiyorum :) Gene de olumlu goruslerinizi buyuk bir samimiyetle paylastiginiz icin cok cok tesekkur ederim. Bu volkanik arazileri gezebilmekten buyuk mutluluk duyuyorum ve elimden geldigince bu deneyimi Panoramio yoluyla paylasmaya calisiyorum.

Gorebildigim kadariyla benim amatorce kendime vazife edindigim "Turkiye'mizin Jeolojik Degerlerini Koruma ve Turizme kazandirma" gorevini, ilgili akademik egitimi almis bir uzman olarak profosyonelce ve basariyla icra etmektesiniz.

Oncelikle ilginize ve guzel calismalarinizi paylastiginiz icin tesekkur eder ve bir gun koordinatlarimizin kesismesi dileklerimle Chicago'dan selam ve sevgilerimi sunarim.

Bati Anadolu'nun aktif Volkan'i ;)

© Sonny☼ on January 19, 2008

Well, I've noticed of course that volcanos are your passion - have you ever been to Iceland? If not, YOU HAVE TO GO THERE - it's terrific!

Volkan Yuksel on January 20, 2008

Sonny, before my last breath, I aim to see an active Volcao. As far as I know all our Volcans in Turkey at sleep for the moment :)I was considering Hawaii since I don't need any additional visa to go there. But nowadays in the world we are living, talking to the Iceland officials for tourist visa to just see the vulcans may not sound too convincing ;) Best wishes, Volkan

© Sonny☼ on January 20, 2008

Is it really difficult for you to travel to Iceland? It's not only the volcanoes you step over everywhere but all the area you can feel how "young" the place is with smoking earth, most active geysirs and bubbling soil. We walked over a lava field what was still warm. It's an amazing experience.

But right now you'd have a good opportunity in South America! But however and wherever you once will happen to attend an erruption - be careful!

Cheers, Sonny

Volkan Yuksel on January 20, 2008

Sonny, I didn't investigated in detail but as a visitor, obtaining visa is not as easy as it may sound. I appreciate your input on this. I will definitely start considering a visit there for someday :) Best wishes, Volkan

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Volkan Yuksel
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