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Turkish people demonstrating

July 16, 2016 the Turkish people demonstrating in the streets their support to President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan , on this day a group of soldiers tried to seize power in the country by force.                   continue reading

Meet Shatti!

Hello, dear friends!Today I decided to diversify my blog and introduce one of our family members to you)))Six years ago my friend phoned me to say that someone had been squeaking under her window for a several days already. When she found out that it was a newborn kitten she started to call everyone she knew immediately to find him home. My friend couldn't take him because of terrific allergies she had and we decided to do it with my husband.Those years we lived in student campus studying... continue reading

For the memory of TC-JPE Turkish Airlines , Airbus A320

TC-JPE , Turkish Airlines Airbus A320 crash landing ;On April 25,2015 , TC-JPEhas been hit the runway 05 of Istanbul Ataturk Airport, very hard during touch down. Reason were detected as "vortex" on runway which were caused by heavy aircraft which was landed few minutes before TC-JPE.Aircraft lost right engine, right main landing gear, main hydraulic.Pilots immediately managed to "go around" and climb with one engine.The right wing,winglet and flaps have been damaged.Without hydraulic,... continue reading

Dong Son drums, Vietnam

Đông Sơn drums (also called Heger Type I drums) are bronze drums fabricated by the Đông Sơn culture in the Red River Delta of northern Vietnam. The drums were produced from about 600 BCE or earlier until the third century CE and are one of the culture's finest examples of metalworking.  The drums, cast in bronze using the lost-wax casting method are up to a meter in height and weigh up to 100 kilograms (220 lb). Đông Sơn drums were apparently both musical instruments and cult objects.... continue reading

My first editorial sale

The Turkish ice man - my first editorial sale!This photo was not only my first editorial one which was accepted.It's also my first editorial sale! Thanks to the buyer and of course to DT.If you find where it is used please tell me.Next time in Istanbul I will try his ice cream! continue reading

My first editorial photo: The Turkish Iceman

Walking through Istanbul during a business trip I saw this Turkish iceman who started immediately posing in front of my camera. Obviously he wanted to be photographed!Unfortunately I had no model license sheet with me so I uploaded it as an editorial photo.And: It got my first accepted editorial image!Since I had an unpleasant cold I didn't try his ice cream. But the next time I will! continue reading


"Simit", Turkish bagels are probably one of the most indigenous and traditional tastes of Turkey.It is light and flaky, baked to a gold color, and topped with sesame seeds. It is sometimes formed into rings, and are often braided.Sold in the streets as a fastfood bread, it tastes best with cheese and traditional tea.Here are various kind of"simit" , with cereals, dill and milkThanks for readingSerdar Tibet continue reading

Ships of two continents

If you ever visited Istanbul, you have probably witnessed old ships of the city, transporting habitants between two continents.Accompanied by seagulls these boats are the most beautiful ornaments of the our ancient city.Unfortunatelly , they are being replaced with ugly new industrial looking fast Ferry-boats.I think, after a few decades this and such photos will remain only as memories of today. continue reading

The Turkish Kebab

Did you ever tasted Turkish Kebab, which is called "Doner" ?It is a roasted meat roll , cooked in a vertical stand and sliced by a man usually. It can be served between a bread like a sandwich, or with yogurt over it , which is named "Iskender"Thanks for reading continue reading

Turkish tea

If you ever visited Turkey, I bet you have witnessed this scene somewhere.Tea in a traditional glass is almost available everywhere and it is offered for free usually as a hospitality.Thanks to my gorgeous model, this image is the first one in DT which reached its second saleand I wanted to share it with you.Thank you very much for reading continue reading

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