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Dreamy African Land

This post is contribution for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge and Wordless Wednesday. Advertisements

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Budapest At A Glance

T and I finally arrived in Budapest. It was an exhausted train trip after having long walking day in Munich. We left Munich at 10 pm a day before with the night train.… Continue reading

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Prison Island, It Never Was A Prison

What do you think when you hear the name of the island? That must be a place with full of prisoners, but it is not. Prison island or Quarantine island or in local… Continue reading

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Tree

“In a forest of a hundred thousand trees, no two leaves are alike. And no two journeys along the same path are alike” – Paulo Coelho Kindly enjoy some varieties of tree that I… Continue reading

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Penglipuran, My Favorite Village in Bali

Bali is not only well-known for its beautiful nature and panoramic. In addition, the island is also famous as a place where the culture and local wisdoms still apply. Since the 9th century,… Continue reading

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Robben Island, Once, It was a ‘Home’ of Nelson Mandela

When I was in Cape Town, one of tourist attractions that I did not want to miss was Robben Island. My friend – Sari, and I had planned to visit the island since… Continue reading

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WildLife From Around The World

This week, Tina challenged us to show some wildlife around us. I would love to show some wilderness I witnessed during my travel. Here they are: These photos are presented to participate in… Continue reading

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Beautiful Mansions Along The Bosphorus, Another ‘Crazy’ Dream

“Keep your dreams alive. It is free and costs nothing” , My late father once said. It was summer time. No lectures, no academic journals, no assignments, no text books, and no class… Continue reading

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The Seagull, The Delicate Creature I Miss The Most

  These photos are my contribution to Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge and Wordless Wednesday.

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Wadi Rum, The Valley Of The Moon

I was tired like a hell. Exploring PETRA by walking for the whole day, it was not a joke. I should combine my exploration way with using the service of the horse carts,… Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: The Old Stuffs

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Wordless Wednesday: The Silence of Winter on The Top of Uludağ Mountain

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Kuzguncuk, A Village of Harmony

Kuzguncuk is one of neighborhoods in Istanbul that I highly recommend to visit. Exploring this small village is a must for Istanbul residents in order to escape from the daily routine without having… Continue reading

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Marabou Stork, The Unofficial National Bird of Uganda

Marabou Stork is often referred to as Unofficial National Bird of Uganda. Every time I visit the country known as the Pearl of Africa, I would see this bird species almost everywhere in… Continue reading

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Tanah Lot Temple

From splendid mountains to harsh coastlines to volcanic slopes to white sandy beaches to towns to villages, we would not surprise to find that Bali is known as the island of Gods. As… Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Walking Forward

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Munich For Half Day

That was midday when T and I finished our visit at Deutsche Museum. We still had eight hours to wander around before catching the train to Budapest. I did not cough that much,… Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Above The Sky

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Wordless Wednesday: Anticipate

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St. Anthony of Padua Church

The place I lived was only couple of steps from the famous Istiklal Street in Istanbul. I could not count how many times I passed this street for leisure, shopping, watching the street… Continue reading

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