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After a tea break, in a small alley not far from the Sultan Ahmet Mosque, better known as the Blue Mosque, in Istanbul.
Istanbul street photography continued.
I hope you all had a few sips today.
In Turkey, the shine is gone.
Malcolm X would have 91 today. Some are taken from us much too soon.
A pleasant stay off the tourist trail.
A speed shooting exercise near a busy Istanbul landmark.
A brief photo stroll on Mediterranean Avenue.
Would anyone like to offer a deconstruction of this abstraction?
Prince has passed.
Sandwich vendors, Ecuadorean Earthquake update, Surviving turbulence and Street photography in Istanbul.
Acknowledging moments that otherwise pass us by.
More specifically from a duty free shop at Istanbul Atatürk Airport, where a form of love is shared every day.
It was a little disconcerting to hear about today’s apparent suicide bombing near the Blue Mosque in the Sultanahmet district of Istanbul just a few hours before discussing plans for a brief upcoming visit to the Turkish metropolis. Eleven people were killed in the attack which Turkish government officials say was carried out by a… Continue reading Istanbul’s Blue Mosque and a Note on Travel Planning
An imposing yet calming backdrop to the vibrant Eminönü quarter.
Dancer not included.
Zen and the Art of Pomegranate Peeling
This week Mannequin Monday moves from the Americas to Istanbul, where Europe and Asia meet, and home to the store front where subjects of primitive brain implant experimentation apparently wind up. If you’re new to this weekly series, you can and should catch up here. Enjoy! Istanbul, Turkey, 14-Mar-2012