New Turkey Flickr Photos

Our ‘Turkey Flickr Photos‘ page features images from all over Turkey. The photos are taken by people who have a Flickr account and have added selected shots to the Turkey’s For Life Flickr group pool.

We love the page because you can view the photos of Turkey as a slideshow or you can pause it and click through at your own pace. We got a bit excited when we realised it was possible to display all the photos in this way and we hope you like it too.

Getting The Most From Our Turkey Photos Page

  • When you go into the new Turkey Flickr Photos page, as soon as you click ‘play’ the slideshow will start and you will also see some other symbols.
  • Click the bottom right square (4 arrows pointing outwards) and the photos will go into full screen mode.

Once in full screen mode:

  • Click ‘options’ to make the slideshow go faster / slower.
  • Click ‘show info’ to view the name of the photographer, the date the photograph was taken and any description they may have added about their photos.
  • Click ‘pause’ in the bottom left hand corner of the screen to stop on a particular photo.
  • You can use the ‘forward’ and ‘back’ buttons at the top of the screen to go through the photos at our own speed or simply click ‘play’ again to continue watching the slideshow.

Do you have a Flickr account?

If you have a Flickr account and you want to add some of your own Turkey photos to our group pool, you can do so by following this link: Turkey’s For Life Flickr Group Pool.

Any photos of Turkey you submit will be automatically displayed on the Flickr group page and the Turkey Photos page of our blog too. We are looking for photographs of scenic Turkey: landscapes, seascapes, city views etc. So get snapping some photos of Turkey and add them to our group so that everyone else can enjoy them.

View our Turkey Photos Page now.

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