He was at the end of 42 of 36-42 latitudes of Turkey as reported in school period geography lessons. He took historic İnceburun Lighthouse to his back and walked to the farthest end of the sea towards the rocks. He wanted to scream at the top of his voice by saying “I am in the northernmost of Turkey.” He learned that the black rocks that he had pressed on were cracked basalt layers that formed as a result of volcanism experienced millions of years ago. İnceburun, which was 20 kilometers away from the center of Sinop, was becoming more active especially with the visitors who came when approaching the sunset. He understood the reason of the mobility while watching the sun setting over the sea in the small cafe, which was 50 meters away from the lighthouse. How lovely İnceburun was.