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Get to know the birds of Turkey - 17 - White-backed woodpecker

Hello again,It’s great to meet you in a new article on Birds of Turkey. This article’s beautiful bird can only be seen in very small area Turkey specially on the Marmara and Black Sea region. Some sightings have been reported in the Mediterranean region as well.White-backed Woodpecker - Dendrocopos leucotosThe white-backed woodpecker is a Eurasian woodpecker belonging to the genus Dendrocopos.In appereance, it is a large woodpecker mainly black and white in colouring. Vent and lower... continue reading

Get to know the birds of Turkey - 16 - Northern shoveler

Hello folks,Our visitor in this article is Northern shoveler - Anas clypeata, one of the most distinctive of the dabbling ducks by its appearance. It is a common and widespreadduck, and being migratory, it breeds in northern areas of Europe and Asia and across most of North America, wintering in southern Europe, Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and Central, and northern South America.Northern shoveler’s elongated, spoon-shaped bill has comblike projections along its edges,... continue reading

Get To Know The Birds of Turkey - 15 - Scops Owl

Hello everybody,It’s been quite a long time since my last update on Birds of Turkey. Now, it’s time to continue with the series. This article’s subject is:EURASIAN SCOPS OWL - OTUS SCOPSWith sizes between 19-21 cm and wingspan around 47-54 cm, they are one of the smallest owl species. clearly smaller than Little Owl. Scops owls are typical owls mostly belonging to the genus Otus. Approximately 45 living species are known, but new ones are frequently recognised and unknown ones are still being... continue reading

Apollo's Temple and Didyma Trip

Hello everyone,Last days, I discovered the historic Didyma in Aydın, Turkey. There is so many historic and nice things. I didn't just look them, I took photos of it. These are my new photos. Let's take a look!Photos from the historical Apollo's Temple  Photos from the touristic Didyma Beach     Take a look of my other "Didyma Trip" photos on my profile!Coming up article : I already exclusive user in Dreamstime.com within 16 days. How? Wait for my next article!... continue reading

Panorama Photos of Landscapes

Hi everyone,I'm Muhlis again. Today I want to share to you about my panorama photos. Do you know what's panorama photo? Many people is knowing what is panorama photo but you may don't know. Panorama photo is a component of a few photos from a place. Photos are taken between 90° and 360° from the taker's place. Here's some my approved panorama photos:File ID : 94668630    I want to give a few photos more but page is giving error. Because it, I recommend you... continue reading

Pamukkale and Turkey

Hello everyone,I just crossed 20 photos (all exclusive) a few days ago with landscape photos (like sunset on Pamukkale), plant photos (flowers for example) and some editorial photos.I love Pamukkale because I'm sitting in the same city. Pamukkale is in Denizli, Turkey. Pamukkale is 16 km (15 minutes with car likely) far of Denizli city. Do you came to Pamukkale yet? I suggest you to go to Pamukkale for view the landscape with your own eyes. It's so beautiful any time! In night,... continue reading

Nature Photographer

I am an aquaculture engineer and photographer. I love taking photos. Loves from Turkey :)  continue reading

Mahya

Mahya is a sign that is placed between two minarets in a mosque, only in ramadan month ( Muslim fasting month ) ,it began to be used since the early days of the Ottoman Empire ,at that time glass containers filled with olive oil or wax were used in the same way as if they were candles , itremained illuminated approximately two hours, until the oil or wax was finished or rain or the wind extinguished, with the discovery of electricity glass containers with oil or wax they were replaced by bulbs.... continue reading

What's up with Turkeys?

 A friend of mine used to feed wild turkeys in his yard in northwest Wisconsin. He owned a Honda four-wheeler and the turkeys learned that when he started the four-wheeler that it was time to eat. One day he started the four-wheeler in the shed by his house and drove it down to the barn to get sunflower seeds to feed the turkeys. As he was driving down the driveway a big Tom Turkey ran alongside the four-wheeler. The big Tom was so close to my friend that he could reach out and touch the Turkey... continue reading

Yalova, city of Turkey

I've worked as hard as I could all my life. I wasn't a photographer nor an illustrator in the past - never went to school and learned everything by myself. No one did a favor to me, no one helped. I'm lucky that I have my parents who supported me on my passions as much as they can even when they broke - they never tried to suppress except my idea of being a rock guitarist which was futile in a country like mine anyway.Here in Turkey if you are a visitor they don't care you taking photographs... continue reading

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