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Inconsistent rotations with \sidewaysfigure

In my .tex document I'm largely using \sidewaysfigure. However, this results pictures with inconsistent placement and direction of included pictures and captions. By inconsistent I mean that figures and captions are not rotated to one side always (eg, to the right). EG, on page 1 the caption is on the left side, and on page 2 on the right side.

Code using \sidewaysfigure is standard: `

     \usepackage{amsmath, amsthm, amssymb}

     % for nice tables
     % end for nice tables




   % for shaded table cells

   % for eps to pdf converting

   % for multirow option in the tables

   % for using subfloat
   % end for using subfloat





      \includegraphics[scale=0.7]{c.pdf} \          \hline
      $t=0$&$t=2$&$t=4$\         \end{tabular} 
        \caption[ada]{ text text text text} 

I wonder if there is a simple option with \sidewaysfigure that would enforce the whole thing (pics and captions) to be rotated for 180 degrees.