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Andrys Basten | all galleries >> TURKEY Photos - Anatolia, 2004, with Canon Elph >> Photos: In search of Noah's Ark - Mt. Ararat > Limestone range (Gilgamesh?) at top. Lower part of "ark" only, at right.
Note similar natural form above left, less deep/dark
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Limestone range (Gilgamesh?) at top. Lower part of ark only, at right.<br>Note similar natural form above left, less deep/dark
08-OCT-2004 Andrys

Limestone range (Gilgamesh?) at top. Lower part of "ark" only, at right.
Note similar natural form above left, less deep/dark

See Ark2

Not having read info yet, I didn't know what to look at
and caught just the lower part of the formation at the right.
You can compare it against the full formation
in the Knoxville News Sentinel story photo, just previous.

Canon PowerShot S400
1/125s f/8.0 at 9.1mm full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Guest 21-Apr-2009 22:55
where is the ark\
Guest 31-Mar-2008 02:17
Bit of a weird one
sumitha 23-Jan-2008 11:54
wow i cant believe that they found Noah's ark at Turkey in Mount Ararat..... wow!!!
Guest 01-Dec-2007 04:14
it would be cool if they found some skeletons perhaps of animals and humans etc.
danny hampton 30-Jan-2007 17:39
i dont see nothing at all
Guest 10-Aug-2005 17:38
At first glance, it looks as if it is part of the landscape, however, upon further investigation you can see very defining features of flat surfaces which are not uniform to the terrain surrounding the site. Quite a persuasive photograph.
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