I’d been told about this spot many times while visiting my holiday home in Turkey. Eventually during one trip I decided it was time that I grabbed my gear and checked this local landmark out.
It was a beautiful hot evening and the light was just starting to dip behind the mountains. 
I have to be honest after all the hype I was a little disappointed with the location when I arrived.
There were several windmills on the edge of the hillside and due to the shape of the hill I had to be closer to the windmills than I would have preferred.
This meant that the beautiful mountains and bay below were extremely obstructed by some of the windmills and the hillsides contour.
At around this time I was producing lots of video tutorials for a training site I owned. 
I decided I would take the opportunity to use some clever photographic and postproductions techniques to create a more pleasing view and also create a video of how I achieved this for the sites members.
After some careful thought I decided that if I moved the sea and mountains up higher into the scene and did some clean up ( remove a ropy looking windmill )this would produce a panoramic scene I knew would look stunning in the evening light.
So not an image that the purists would enjoy but one that satisfied my experience of the place even if I had to move mountains to achieve it !