The flamingos are back.
The beekeepers are busy
and families are out in the fields in the middle of the day.
All signs that winter is on the way and our cue to move back to town.
But just before I shift the emphasis of this blog back to Bodrum town; a photo taken in the local village graveyard.
An interestingly shaped stone used as a headstone, different from the other graves but not so you'd notice in passing.
Looked at from the correct angle though, an Aeolic style capital from a Lelegian or Carian site, from the 6th or maybe even 7th century BC. There is no inscription on the grave, so I have no idea when it was put here or where it originally came from but it's another teasing reminder of how much there is to discover.