Even if circumstances or temperament have you grounded, you can still travel through Western Turkey and Istanbul. Let the photographs of M.L. Mace, Jr., take you up in a hot-air balloon over the volcanic landscapes of Cappadocia. Follow him through the Taurus Mountains above the Pamphylian coast…. Sail a traditional Turkish gulet and drop anchor in a secluded Aegean cove. Stand beneath the gilded domes of Haghia Sophia or the brick vaults of a Byzantine cistern.
We are flattered that photographer M. L. Mace, Jr., asked us to plan the private trip that inspired his latest publication, TURKEY. With no text other than photo captions, this lavish, large-format book is a visual tribute to the country and proof that one picture can indeed be worth a thousand words.
Whether you’ve been to Turkey a dozen times or are still planning your first foray there, you’ll find the photos captivating. The entire book, with all its full-page photos of terrain, architecture, and people—may be viewed online.