Mosques in Istanbul, Turkey
September 26, 2012 • Photography & Travel
I just returned from a wonderful trip to Istanbul, Turkey. What a great city that’s full of life from dawn to dawn. Built up in every direction you look, people everywhere and amazingly clean for a city that appears to be busting at its seems. The traffic is like non-other I’ve encountered. Unfortunately I was quite busy at an event that I was presenting at to do much photography. Here are a few photos that I captured at the worst time of the day to take any photos which happened to be my only time to take photos. I’ve enhanced them in Adobe Lightroom to make them semi decent. Hope you enjoy them. Istanbul is amazing and a place well worth visiting.
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