Monday, June 2, 2014

Dreams of the Orient: Visiting Istanbul

We are going on the road again. And this time, I will be taking you to Turkey, or to be more precise my sister will. This next series that will be uploaded is actually her travel log.

She visited Istanbul, Turkey recently, and made lots of images, that I was editing for her, and we thought about sharing them here as well. There are many things to see and discover in this city, from old mosques, all way to the BosporusThat's why I truly hope you will enjoy the sights and stories that will come.

Part One will be uploaded tomorrow, that's why I wanted to write this post, to let you know. Stay tuned!

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See you tomorrow!

17 comments:

  1. Oh, I love Istanbul, What a great city. I´m looking forward on what your sister reports ;-)! Anne

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  2. Great vista, beautifully captured, love the light!
    Looking forward to see more of a dream city,
    Merisi

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  3. Mersad, is she better than both you and I? Light trails on the Bridge over the Bosporus. Brilliant.

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  4. Wonderful vista indeed and a great capture as always, Mersad!! I'm looking forward the next series!! Have a great week!!
    Sylvia

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  5. I will be back. This is why I joined blogs like yours Mersad....to see places I will never be able to visit in person. Thanks for sharing. The first photo you shared above is beautiful.

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  6. That's a beautiful cityscape!

    Regarding my post today, no, those photos were not taken with the 6D. I'm enjoying shooting with it, though. The low light capabilities are impressive!

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  7. Beautiful (as always)!! Can't wait to see the next post.

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  8. What a lovely panorama!

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  9. Wonderful...I will look forward to it...

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  10. Wonderful view, so it is not you who went there! You should go to the other sites other than Istanbul; e.g. Antalya, Capadoccia, Izmir, Lycia. Hehe, i want to see them through your lenses. In Istanbul i've just been to the airport! what a shame, but time and money didn't allow me.

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  11. Wow, that's some shot. I an envious. I would love to visit Turkey.

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  12. Looking forward to this upcoming series!

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  13. Wow Mersad...fantastic shot!

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  14. Looking forward to seeing more of Istanbul.

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  15. Turkey would be such a fascinating place to go! I can't wait to see the photos!

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