Bread

Making Traditional Flat Bread Istanbul, Turkey November 24, 2015

Making Traditional Flat Bread – Istanbul, Turkey – November 24, 2015

Red Orange Green

Fruit Stand with Pomegranate, Apples, and Oranges Istanbul, Turkey November 24, 2015

Fruit Stand with Pomegranate, Apples, and Oranges – Istanbul, Turkey November 24, 2015

Smoking Using a Water Pipe

A Tourist Trying a Water Pipe in a Outdoor Restaurant Istanbul, Turkey November 24, 2015

A Tourist Trying a Water Pipe in a Outdoor Restaurant – Istanbul, Turkey November 24, 2015

Street of an Ancient Market Place

Street in Agora, Ancient Historic Site, Izmir, Turkey December 13, 2015 Agora, ancient market place, was first built in the 4th century BC to the north of Pagos (Kadifekale) where Smyrna was moved after Bayrakli. Like all other Agoras of the ancient world, it was a meeting place for all commercial, political, and religious activities for the local people. It was surrounded mostly by state buildings on a rectangular plan with a large central courtyard and a covered stoa around it. The agora was destroyed several times by strong earthquakes and it was rebuilt after each one of them, final restoration was done by Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius when a major earthquake hit the city in 178 AD. Northern and western stoas have been excavated including their basements, and a large 165 x 28 m basilica has been found on the northern stoa. One of the main streets of Smyrna city was cutting through the agora dividing it in two equal parts, and there were entrance gates at both ends. The excavation works are still ongoing at the agora for the basilica and a part of the eastern stoa. http://www.allaboutturkey.com/izm_site.htm

Street in Agora, Ancient Historic Site, Izmir, Turkey – December 13, 2015 Agora, ancient market place, was first built in the 4th century BC to the north of Pagos (Kadifekale) where Smyrna was moved after Bayrakli. Like all other Agoras of the ancient world, it was a meeting place for all commercial, political, and religious activities for the local people. It was surrounded mostly by state buildings on a rectangular plan with a large central courtyard and a covered stoa around it. The agora was destroyed several times by strong earthquakes and it was rebuilt after each one of them, final restoration was done by Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius when a major earthquake hit the city in 178 AD. Northern and western stoas have been excavated including their basements, and a large 165 x 28 m basilica has been found on the northern stoa. One of the main streets of Smyrna city was cutting through the agora dividing it in two equal parts, and there were entrance gates at both ends. The excavation works are still ongoing at the agora for the basilica and a part of the eastern stoa. Cited from http://www.allaboutturkey.com/izm_site.htm

Sunrise Over the Bosporus

Istanbul, Turkey November 21, 2015

Istanbul, Turkey – November 21, 2015

Come On Baby – Smile for Santa

A Mother Encouraging Her Child to Smile for the Camera While Sitting on Santa's Lap. Santa Rosa, California, U.S.A. December 22, 2015

A Mother Encouraging Her Child to Smile for the Camera While Sitting on Santa’s Lap. Santa Rosa, California, U.S.A. – December 22, 2015

Offering A Service

A Business? I'm Not Sure What the Sign Means. Please Let Me Know. Izmir, Turkey December 1, 2015

A Business? I’m Not Sure What the Sign Means. Please, Let Me Know. –  Izmir, Turkey – December 1, 2015

 

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