IST WAY OF LIFE / istanbulogy / January 26, 2015

Istanbul Color-coded: Red

Instead of complaining that the city lacks colors, I decided to chase colors in the city. Here is the first of my  Istanbul color-coded series. Many other colors are coming up! There is one photo I’d like to  draw your attention to: the last one, the produce the street vendor neatly organized on a red pile. I am sure he is not aware of the trending “neatly organized things” in photography, still  he is proudly presenting his vegetables on the pavement. I regret not having shopped from him or taken his portrait. Where to find him? He is usually on the main Moda street on the way from Kadıköy to Moda. Drop by his stall for inspiration next time you are around.

 

 

 

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2 Comments

Feb 04, 2015

What a nice way to give a feel for Istanbul! Can’t wait for the other colors!


Mar 08, 2015

Thank you:) what color would you like to see next?



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