Photographer's Note

Isn’t it crazy to admit in a photographic forum that I like taking postcard-like photos? So I will stretch the limits of honesty even more by saying that since several years I am also bringing home from my travels fridge magnets as souvenirs. What I like about them is the same what I like about postcards: they show the most typical and characteristic views, the most recognizable structures. The magnet which I recently brought home from Kos Island presents the Defterdar Mosque which you see in this photo. I have showed it from a similar POV already but with slightly different framing. Why do I mention it at all? I have on my fridge two magnets next to each other: one from Greece (Kos Island) which presents a mosque and one from Turkey (Side) which presents ruins of an old Greek structure. It is a paradox, isn’t it?

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4045 W: 91 N: 10534] (43409)
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