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BiRiNARES (477) 2005-01-10 4:54
Hello..welcome TE..I like picture .my that town, to Ishak Pasha Palase.. thank you
lucinka (9976) 2005-01-10 4:55
Great idea for place to visit. This is one the purpuses of TE.. inspiring photographs of instpiring places. Welcome to TE. L.
Leonie (8809) 2005-01-10 6:43
That's a nice photo! Sharp and full of history!
hakanyilmaz (332) 2005-01-10 10:11
Almost two photos in one, both the palace and the grave together, both focused and detailed. Good composition...
Standring (595) 2005-01-10 10:48
Very nice composition. I like the tombstone in the foreground with the main focal point of the palace behind, and it's all nice and sharp.
jbweasle (9373) 2005-01-10 14:55
It is indeed a great place Szymon - for me possibly the highlight of Turkey. You have good lighting here and I like the graves as foreground interest. Is Ishak himself really buried here??
amsales (153) 2005-01-15 11:56
Very nice composition, I like it. A good clear photo. Always a good idea to have something interesting in the foreground, to have the tombstone and palace together works well.
Hanssie (9921) 2005-01-19 7:26
Great composed with thee tomb-stones in the foreground, Szymon, a very nice light, good shot !
puciu (498) 2005-01-27 10:36
Dobrze zrobiona fotografi dokumentacyjna ³adne kolory ciekawie skadrowane.
Andrys (0) 2005-03-12 16:27
Szymon, this is one of the very best photos I've ever seen of this amazing palace, for its clarity and the foreground and background elements. Thanks for your visit after seeing that I linked to this fantastic page with your amazing photo.
As for feeling the age of the sultans, I read that this sultan rewarded his stupendous architect by cutting off both of his hands so that he could not produce anything like this for anyone else!
ebayrakci (244) 2006-08-02 9:31
Hi Szymon, very good POV. Lightening amazing. Brilliant Composition. TFS.
- Copyright: Szymon Kochanski (trasher) (195)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-09-01
- Categories: Castles, Architecture, Ruins
- Camera: Canon PowerShot A80
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/400 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Ishak Pasha Palace [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2005-01-09 18:35