Spice Market, Istanbul, Turkey November 23, 2015
Category: Street Photography, Turkey, Uncategorized Tagged: color, Istanbul, market, Phonetography, Spice Market, street photography, Timothy S. Allen, Turkey
Thank you Tommy. The lighting was very bright on the spices.
Bet it smelled wonderful!
Actually it didn’t You had to get your nose right down on the tea and spice to smell it. One would expect otherwise.
I can almost smell the fragrances -beautifully captured colour – Thanks for sharing, Timothy 🙂
Andy, thank you. The smell was not over powering because it was an open space with entrances at various points. I was somewhat disappointed.
Yes. Smell is an important part of a lot of experiences, and for me, a very powerful memory stimulator.
For me as well. Thanks for staying in touch.
Loving your Turkey images. suc an exotic location!
Thank you. Izmir is less so but I should find some interesting things to photograph.
Sumptuous colour. Love it.
Thank you, it was an interesting place with a tourist focus. I was hoping to get more color that I’ve seen in Nepal but alas those were more dyes than spices.
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