Ayhan, Again you have captured the "essence" of this place. This shot makes me, as the viewer, want to know more. However, there is another part that just loves the mystery of this one tiny piece of the building. In this shot it's the door that just screams from the scene and then you take in those finer details. Well done you and thank you for sharing another one of your inspirational shots. Simon
dear Simon, Sure you have many followers. They are commenting and faving your very extra ordinary submissions but, it's clear that some of them are looking in a different way to your photographs. Their comments are more precious for you. When they say something you are feeling an extra honor... I have a few of them... I have many friends, they are sending some notes me they are complimenting also. But whenever you sent a few words I feeling a real pleasure..thank you so much for your existence. Thank you so much for your friendship, thank you so much for watching me my dear friend Ayhan.
Ayhan, Thank you so much for YOUR friendship. There are a few people in this world that you "just know" have a beautiful soul and you, my friend, are one of them. It is my hounour to comment on your extra-oridnary work and the way that you see this world for us. Thank you, again, for sharing your view of this great world. Simon
I love the journeys that you take us all on, with your camera. We can be armchair travelers (like Isak Dinesan in Out of Africa). Your pictures are so exquisite. It is like we are really there. We see both what it there and the essence or spirit of the place. Somehow, you capture that with your camera. And I think we get something of you and your soul with your photographs. You are a true artist.
that's my real intention; all I want to do is to share and remind all the precious people around me ( such as you)...When they say they liked what they see or if they can remember even a very little piece of it, it will make me feel that I succeeded Thanks so much dear Merton, Thanks my dear friend
My pleasure, Ayhan, as always... Neat to think of you living all the way over in that (which seems mysterious and ancient) part of the world. Neat that I know someone living and creating there. The world is so much smaller now, with technology and the net. It connects us and alienates us both, I think.
ı AM ASLO FEELING SO HAPPY THAT I HAVE SOEM VERY SPECIAL FRİENDS SUCH AS YOU THAT CAN UNDERSTAND WHAT I AM SUBMITTING AND DISCUSS WITH ME ABOUT TRHEM....tHAT SHOWS THAT MY FRIENDS ARE ALSO ARE SO CREATIVE AND TALENTED... Please have a nice week
The municipal of Tarsus ( the little town-It was a capital of a province at Hellenistic ages) thought the forlorn house is dangerous for people, there is nothing inside except ruined wooden stairs and some usellss furniture like armchairs and cup shelves!... Some freaks are residing there once, because the owners ( an Armenian family ) are living at USA now...Romantic, even dramatic, ha?