ISTANBUL CITY GUIDE

   This is my photo diary from my time spent in Istanbul in Turkey. Perhaps not the most common destination but one that was in many ways the most memorable for me. With a population of nearly 14 million people and gosh so many tourists, it’s not only easy to get physically lost in this labyrinth of people, but also…
TURKEY
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THE SOUND OF MUSIC

  From Marmara sea to Bursa city, I kept enjoying. I stuffed myself with loukoums, tea, cheeses, breads with seeds, fresh olives and almonds (yummi), colorful spices and raki drinks… Bursa is known for so good many things: Ottoman history, silk and textiles, candied chestnuts, Uludağ, winter sports, metalworking, auto manufacturing, peaches and apples, ancient plane trees, and Īskender kebab. Here is…
Bursa, Turkey
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MIRROR, MIRROR

I have never met a silk dress I didn’t like! Never! Pondering about what it is about these dresses I find so attractive , I think that aside from the fact that they appeal to my girly side, to me, they are the quintessential summer dress! This particular one is made even more appealing by the asymmetric hem and light-as-air silk-chiffon…
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TRILYE

I spent my days in Bursa, historically abandonned city, with beautiful architecture and strong vicious background. I walked through Trilye narrow streets to look for typical houses, finding the perfect spot to shoot with my old pola lens 😉 The area has been host to various civilizations since antiquity. Tirilye is the original village. Although the name of the village has been…
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