I thought I'd share some images taken with the 645DF, the P65+ and various lenses on Mt. Nemrut, Turkey - the place, on the very top of a mountain, was built by King Anthiocus as his own mausoleum; the heads are what is left of the huge statues that the King had built (various Gods, himself, etc). The interesting thing is, they assume the King's grave is under that huge mound of small stones you can see as a background in some of the pictures, and is man-made, however the grave could never be found...
Anyway, here come the pics:
All photos taken with the Phase 645DF, P65+, 28mm, 55mm LS f2.8, 80mm LS f2.8, 150mm f2.8.
Some more form the South-East Turkey here and here.