Taken in Istanbul while using the window sill as a makeshift tripod. The camera slipped and created this cool effect. See more posts for the Weekly Photo Challenge here!
While walking the streets of Istanbul, I ran into this beautiful mosaic wall made of colorful broken pieces. The symbolism of one solid wall made of many broken pieces really […]
I’m an animal lover, especially dogs. And one thing that I noticed while visiting Istanbul, was the way cats were treated compared to dogs. It makes sense though, being that […]
The subject of this photo, while taking it, was the man standing at the end of the rock wall. I only had a limited amount of time as I was […]
Tea time in Turkey doesn’t seem to actually have a specific time. It seemed like whenever I was out and about on the streets, people were always having tea, any […]
Outside every mosque, is an area with faucets where you can properly wash your feet and face before entering. I almost always saw members of the Muslim community at these […]
The first night we arrived in Istanbul, I was immediately hypnotized by the view from our apartment window. Being in the “Land of Minarets” was truly magical!
My travel buddy and I had found out from the local grocer across the street that a huge soccer match was to take place on the same weekend we were […]
The Haiga Sophia has quite an interesting history. Originally a Greek Orthodox church, it was turned into an Imperial Mosque and is now a museum. Its architecture is grandiose and is […]