This photo shows the Harbour Monument at Miletus. The monument was erected to commemorate the Naval Victory at Actium in 31BC in which Octavius defeats Anthony and Cleopatra. Within a year both Anthony and Cleopatra are dead and Octavius is well on his way to becoming August Caesar. The monument is carved with reliefs of Triton, a figure which is half fish, half man.
In winter a lot of the ruins are submerged in water, due to the low lying land, which is not good for the ruins but makes fantastic photos.
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This photo was taken using the Canon EOS 350D.