National Geographic : 1958 Jan
Mother and Daughter Ride to Market in Urgiip Cappadocians, like four-fifths of all Turks, gain their living from the soil. Daily this farm wife toils in the fields beside her husband to make the semiarid plain produce. Over her head she wears a yazma, or printed shawl. This is one of the rural areas in Turkey where veils remain in use. Farmer Leads His Donkey Through a Cone-studded Orchard Volcanic pumice lies deep on the sandy fields. Grapes, melons, cereals, and vegetables 128 grow amid the peaks and domes. Apricot, pear, apple, and walnut trees thrive.