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Friday, May 20, 2011

PhotoHunt - Cluttered

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A view of cluttered buildings and fishing boats on the shore of the Bosphorus straits in Istanbul. These buildings are located on the European side of the shore.


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And here is one corner of a nicely cluttered shop selling a wide range of Turkish products, in Spice Bazaar, also in Istanbul.

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29 comments:

  1. These Turkish markets are very attractive, it has everything. Really want to know Turkey.

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  2. Hi Life Ramblings.

    My wife and me we were to Stambul many years. They were unforgettable days.
    Your photos are very nice.

    See you soon.

    Josemari.

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  3. Those are very beautiful cluttered scene. Both are colorful.

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  4. These are great pics for the theme :) I really love the look of those plates in the second pic of the market. Happy weekend and photo hunting!

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  5. Both are such great photos. I would love to visit that shop. I hope to go to Istanbul someday!

    Happy weekend.

    Annie
    http://www.slowtrav.com/blog/annienc/

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  6. Both are cluttered but pleasing to the eyes. Nice take on the theme.

    Have a fabulous weekend!

    Liz @ MLC

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  7. That shop in Istanbul looks interesting! Wonder what they sell there!

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  8. Oh how lovely are your cluttered images today.

    http://ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  9. Very characteristic photographs of Istanbul ..
    Wonderful!!
    Many greetings and kisses

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  10. It may be cluttered but that is the sort of shop I love. No minimalism for me!

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  11. Beautiful clutter you have pictured. Perfect for the theme.

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  12. Excellent photos both! I never made it into the Spice Bazaar when I visited Istanbul -- worried that all the clutter there might overwhelm me! ;b

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  13. I really like your picture of the Bosphorus, but both pictures certainly illustrate the 'Cluttered' theme.

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  14. Notice the two buildings on the left hand side and the two buildings on the top right hand corner in the first photo are identical twins. The plates in the second photo are the stand out for me :-).

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  15. That's some gorgeous clutter you managed to capture. :)

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  16. Really Turkish.Gorgeous and colorful!

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  17. i love both photos! the shop scene is gorgeous, beautiful textures and colors.

    cluttered

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  18. Both photos are nice but I love Alladin's cave for an obvious reason:) When enter in such a shop I am like a child in a candy store: I do not know what to look at in the first place:)

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  19. Ah they are great cluttered shots. Happy weekend and mine is up.

    Mine is here

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  20. I love these photos! They are both great compositions! I bought two of those beautiful plates back after our trip to Turkey. They are very precious to me now and are displayed in my entrance hall.

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  21. That harbor picture is a great take on the theme.

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  22. The Spice Bazaar must be an amazing place to wander around in, the smells must truly intense. Such fun.

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  23. Wow... Great captures! Reminds so much of India... Cluttered yet soothing to the eyes...
    Have a great Sunday:)

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  24. That's a very pretty shop. Nice shots!

    my CLUTTER & if you are on Facebook, please help support my PHOTO ENTRY to win an iPAD for use in teaching. It only takes 2 simple steps. Thanks!

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  25. Oh lovely plates bought some plates from Egypt but have not hang them up yet..nice pixz tQ.

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  26. Would I ever LOVE to be shopping at that market!! And such a beautiful scene on the shoreline.

    Sorry, I'm so late getting around...I know you visited with me on my Watery Wednesday post too...much appreciated.

    Hope your week has treated you well!!!

    My Sunday Post...'ribbit'!!

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  27. Turkish products are fascinating. It was fun seeing this.

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