I plan to upload some of my best pictures from traveling around from archaeological site to archaeological site from now on. I will be in Turkey in a few weeks visiting the old Greek sites, but I'd like to begin by sharing my latest visit.
Last May I was in Rhodes (Greece) trying to visit all of the archaeological sites over there (which is near impossible in a week, but still managed pretty well). The sites on the island that I visited include: Ancient Kameiros, "Lycean Tomb", Ancient Necropolis near Stelies (as of yet, not open to public: it's in the woods, you'll have to look for it), Ancient Vroulia, Scattered Remains and Necrolopises (Necropli?) in Rhodes Town (do your research on this before you go, they're hard to find), Acropolis of Rhodes Town, The Sanctuary of Apollo Erethimios and adjacent ancient Greek town, Ancient Ialysos, Sanctuary of Zeus Attavyros, Acropolis of Lindos and the Archokrateion closeby, and of course the rich Medieval (Knights of St. John) history.
If one of these places really interests someone, I can upload some pictures. For instance, there aren't too many good pictures of the sanctuary of Zeus to be found online. But to be fair, it looks like a lot of rubble to the untrained eye. It needs some restoration, or at least some clean up badly. But it's hard to reach (gravel road and on top of a mountain), so that probably explains. I do recommend it because you can get an idea why Greeks built their sanctuaries exactly at these places. Mt. Attavyros is not spectacularly high, but for some reason the winds up there are crazy. I've climbed some mountains and reached some tops, but that was something else. So you can experience the link between religion and nature up there.
Kameiros is by far the nicest place to visit, since it has never been built over and has a great lay out, which by standing at a top view really makes you realize how the place must have looked so long ago. So here are the pictures.
Edit: it appears my files are invalid (they're probably too big, because they're just .jpgs), so I'll link one of them through Facebook and try to reduce the ones I have in size by tomorrow. What you see in the picture I've linked is the living quarters of the city. In the middle runs the central road, follow it to the right and you enter the civic/public area; follow it to the left and you climb up to the holy sanctuaries.