Today we decided to search for Camelina on remote roads in order to obtain potentially isolated populations.
This steppe is my jam!
While taking the beaten path, we stumbled upon a fish farm in the middle of nowhere. The owner prides himself on his sustainability; all electricity used in his home and restaurant is produced by hydroelectric power and the vegetables are grown in his gardens.
Hannibal, the cat, eyes our fresh trout.
Holding tanks for the various life stages of fish that are raised on this farm.
Tea hits the spot after a long day of field work!
We stopped in the small city of Amasya, it's beautifully lit at night! I wish I had more time to explore the city, it boasts a rich history thought to date back 7,500 years.