Fig. 23: The day after the eclipse, the weather was bad. You wouldn't have noticed any darkness there. Were we lucky! The gray misty weather was ideal for visiting a sunken city over 2300 years old in the mountains of Turkey, northwest of Antalya. The city of Termessos was founded by the Solymians and made 334 BC. Alexander the Great successfully resisted. — Nikon D70, Nikkor AF-S 28-70mm 1:2.8D, Termessos, Turkey, March 30, 2006 Nikon D70; Δt=1/125 s; f=60 mm; f/5.6; 30 March 2006 13:26:46