Hagia Sophia and the Bosphorus Istanbul, Turkey November 21, 2015
Category: Landscape, Uncategorized Tagged: church, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, landscape, Photography, Timothy S. Allen, Turkey
Fantastic Photograph Ive always wanted to go to Istanbul looks amazing
Thank you, Mike. It seems to be. We are here a couple of more days and then to Izmir, Turkey for almost 3 weeks.
Have a wonderful trip look forward to seeing your Photographs 📷
Mike thank you. I too look forward to taking a few decent photos.
Thank you Victor. The blue light period is one of my favorite times to photograph.
Wonderful capture. Mind if I am jealous?
Thank you Jim. I’m very lucky to be married to an artist who has been successful in taking artist residency all over the world. This is a Senior Fulbright project
A striking photo, Tim. Yes, lucky you, being married to Jane who has residencies worldwide. And, lucky her, to have you along documenting her accomplishments as well as the world at large so beautifully.
Jan thank you for such kind words. I shared your statement with Jane. She said you are such a nice person. I agree
Tim that is gorgeous! We are planning a trip to Istanbul for the spring, so I am enjoying these Istanbul photos that you have posted. Keep them coming!
Thank you Gerald. That is wonderful that you’re planning a trip to Istanbul. I would recommend the Deluxe Golden Horn Hotel. http://www.goldenhornhotel.com
We’ve enjoyed staying and plan on being back here when we return from Izmir.
Thanks Tim, I will check it out.
Have a good day, Josee
You’re welcome Josee
The picture from Istanbul is fabulous!!
Thank you so much.
This is exceptional. Some of my favorite photography is during Blue hour, or as I like to call it Blue 20 minutes. Well Done!!
John thank you. It is also a period of great photographic possibility.
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