Category Archives: Istanbul

Istanbul 2015

Here are a batch from my yearly trip to Istanbul this January. I’d never been in Istanbul in January before. I had the snow, rain and sunshine. Everybody I love is alive and well. The city is increasingly urbanised, not

Istanbul 2015

Here are a batch from my yearly trip to Istanbul this January. I’d never been in Istanbul in January before. I had the snow, rain and sunshine. Everybody I love is alive and well. The city is increasingly urbanised, not

Istanbul 2014

Found, edited and posted a year after, Istanbul as I saw it in March 2014.

Istanbul 2014

Found, edited and posted a year after, Istanbul as I saw it in March 2014.

Bosporus boatspotting

And now the bells of closure propagate their gloomy toll of doom through confused bandwiths of zeros and ones. The summer is gone but in memories bound to fade, Turkey no longer unrolls before me, But slowly shrinks in the

Bosporus boatspotting

And now the bells of closure propagate their gloomy toll of doom through confused bandwiths of zeros and ones. The summer is gone but in memories bound to fade, Turkey no longer unrolls before me, But slowly shrinks in the

1 Mayıs

Bir Mayıs, the 1st of May. A journey through a chock-a-block full Taksim square on this international day for workers’ rights. Uplifting moments with an effervescent and dignified crowd in a loud, colourful and peaceful celebration of the people. On

1 Mayıs

Bir Mayıs, the 1st of May. A journey through a chock-a-block full Taksim square on this international day for workers’ rights. Uplifting moments with an effervescent and dignified crowd in a loud, colourful and peaceful celebration of the people. On

Vanité by A.D.T.

Contemporary dance at the Institut Français, Istanbul, featuring a French-speaking friend from TOG.

Vanité by A.D.T.

Contemporary dance at the Institut Français, Istanbul, featuring a French-speaking friend from TOG.

Spring rain

Spring rain and slow sync flash on the way from Kabataş to Taksim.  

Spring rain

Spring rain and slow sync flash on the way from Kabataş to Taksim.  

Kınalıada

There’s a place for those with a tenner on their IETT card, with a day to escape, where cats outnumber policemen, where dead end streets overlook the sea, like diving boards that giants spring from. Here time has stopped. But

Kınalıada

There’s a place for those with a tenner on their IETT card, with a day to escape, where cats outnumber policemen, where dead end streets overlook the sea, like diving boards that giants spring from. Here time has stopped. But