The boy in the red cardigan by holmertz (54961)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-17 12:54
Hello Gert, I'm so glad for visiting your gallery and meeting this nostalgic shot from Eastern Anatolia. So interesting with the purple skirt, the salesmen selling rugs or pantyhose for kids and the little big man in red. For that part of my country, I can say that after 41 years, you can still find such corners with local people. Very attractive sharing, thank you.
Twilight in Jaude by zanzi (13690)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-16 5:23
Hi Chris, I loved this blue time shot at first sight! I think the illumination of the circle was also perfect, or you had a very good control on those night lights. The fountain is like a lava coming out from the underground. I checked the other photos at your blog and they were also wonderful. Congratulations.
Tokyo Nostalgie - III by mesutilgim (95800)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-16 4:53
Ben de ilk bakışta Eyfel sandım.. :) Tokyo'da otuz senede çok şeyler değişmiş midir acaba, mesela Bursa , İstanbul filan olsa onbeş senede bile şehri tanıyamaz hale geliyor insan. Hafıza silici bir ülkeyiz ya. Elinize sağlık, ilgiyle takip edeceğim.
For the Love of Colour by daddo (27010)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-16 4:45
Hi Klaudio, how wonderful the patterns are... I think the palace had been given that name referring to those beautiful rose figures on those tiles. Or perhaps it had a beautiful garden of roses of various kinds.. Wonderful details. Thank you for sharing.
datca aktur tepeden by efi (5303)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-15 11:57
...ve al bayrağıyla. :) Ne kadar net bir panaromik görüntü olmuş. sağ klik open image in new window yaptım ve orjinal büyüklüğüyle izledim, harika. Başka daha kolay yolu var mı acaba? Eline sağlık. Bizim kayık da bu aralar Göcek'ten dönüş yapacak, belki bir iki gün buralarda durur muyuz, bilmem...
Nothing in the World Like Fresh Bread by daddo (27010)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-13 17:54
Merhaba Klaudio, the pebbles seem very interesting, I've never seen or heard that kind of oven. The bread must be delicious. I'm learning many things about a very close neighbour country from a friend who lives in Australia, doesn't it sound strange? Anyway, that is what I like about TE and your gallery. Thank you.
Foggy Vancouver by macjake (69775)
cagla (4246) 2014-11-13 17:43
Hi Craig, A beautiful and lucky point of view, as you are on plane when the trees and buildings were like they are blooming over the clouds. I loved both the scenery under fog, and the workshops. Birds eye view is usually a pleasant way of presentation, isn't it? Congratulations.