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Sunday, January 9, 2011


The Gediz River's bed traces a short and narrow valley between the plains of Manisa and Menemen. Shortly after crossing the city the lazy curves drawn among the geometric fields deliver its waters to the Aegean Sea. The increasing road and railway traffic in the narrow valley may well rubber off the trace of hundreds years of a limited and green agriculture. The lonely secular olive tree on the mountain slope, the no-less no-lonely secular oak giving its shadow to the well are witness of a green past while the scare in the bush traced by the trucks witnesses the roadworks, glossing power cables bringing energy to the sites.

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