Tag Archive: Turkey

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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Wordless Wednesday: I Left My Heart Here

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #26: Photographic Review of 2018

In few hours, I will leave 2018 and welcome 2019. This year had treated me well, despite some obstacles that I faced here and there. This week, Ann-Christine had challenged us to share pictures… Continue reading

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The Diploma is Here, One Chapter Had Been Passed

Hooray … Today, I finally received my diploma for my master’s degree. There was a huge relief, satisfaction, happiness that I could not describe by words. For some people, it could be a… Continue reading

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Witnessing The Fall at Atatürk Arboretum

Summer has left us behind, fall is in the air. Fall is always my favorite season. When all the leaves change their color and reveal the true scenery. It represents the beauty of… Continue reading

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Mardin: Witnessing Mesopotamia

Call me an old soul. I even sometimes think that I was probably born in the wrong era. There are some particular period of time that I wish I could have experienced. I… Continue reading

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Vangölü Express Took Me Enjoying Visual Feast of Turkey

Winter almost comes to an end as I could feel the spring is in the air. Winter break holiday was over for two weeks now, but I still remember clearly the short trip… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Flying Above the City

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Images From Van to Tatvan

There were not so many stories to tell during my journey from Van to Tatvan. Apparently, Tatvan was not in my bucket list. Nevertheless I gave a day to see the city where… Continue reading

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Van, My First Trip to the East Turkey

East Turkey always attracts my attention for some reasons. For its mixed culture between the Turks, Kurds and Arabs. For its beautiful landscape that I just could see from my friends’ Instagram. Or… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Fishing

Location: Galata Bridge, Istanbul

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The Weathered of Rumelian Castle

Rumelian Castle or also known as Rumelihisari is a fortress located in Sariyer District of Istanbul, built along the strait of Bosphorus. The name of the castle was taken from the neighborhood around… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Feeding The Birds

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Autumn Brought Me To Yedigöller National Park

Weekend, and autumn was still there. It was my second year living in Istanbul, and I didn’t want to miss to witness the beauty of autumn this year. Last year, I was too… Continue reading

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Fethiye, Short Summer Break in Mediterranean Sea

After found out that I had chronicle back pain in the last June, my summer break was far from expected. I canceled many plans I made, and focused on my therapies and treatment.… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Istiklal Street

Who doesn’t know Istiklal Caddesi or Istiklal Street? If you’ve ever traveled to Istanbul, I am sure that you’ve heard about this street, even just once. Located at historical area Beyoglu (Pera), Istiklal… Continue reading

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Bosphorus, The Delta Where The East Meets The West

September last year was one of transitions of my life journey. That was the time when I decided to leave my home country, again, head to Turkey to pursue my further education that… Continue reading

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Princes’ Islands Where I Didn’t Meet Any Prince :-)

I’m always obsessed with something related to the Royals. I had no idea from where this idea came from. Probably, it came from children stories books which I read when I was little… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: The Cave House

Photo was taken in Cappadocia, Turkey. For more stories in Cappadocia, please click HERE.  

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