Where's Sam the Man

48 countries, 12 months, one man, half a brain

Name: Samuel Hathaway
Location: Roaming..., Germany

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Istanbul pictures

You know a city has been ushered into the 21st century when it has Minnesota Timberwolves posters.

The Grand Bazaar

Fishermen on Galata Bridge

Ramadan central, near the Blue Mosque

Coffee, Turkish style, made by men, Turkish style.

A friend and I (I'm the one with the chai, not the nargil)

Roll out the kebabs -- this party's just startin'

The Blue Mosque at night

The Blue Mosque...in the day. With a popcorn vendor below

The Hagia Sophia

A mixture of religous symbols testifies to the church's history (note the Virgin Mary on the dome and the Islamic elevated platform for the "preacher"...and the massive Arabic script)

Hmm...this one's slightly crooked. I guess the floors get a bit tilted after 1500 years.


Blogger Megan said...

It is this festive time of year that is makeing me miss you. What will I do at Chamberlains feast without your glass to fill with wassail??

December 8, 2007 2:40 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

WOW!! Turkey looks amazing!!!
My dad went to Turkey a few years ago for a couple of days with the Air Force and brought back some really pretty rugs.. if you're looking for some good gifts, check them out! (if you haven't already left Turkey, that is..)
OH, make sure you tell us how people in Europe celebrate Christmas!!

December 10, 2007 4:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, great pictures. I like 2 of your pictures and would like to ask for your permission to use it as poster about Turkey food and culture. I will highlight your name as the Photographer and the original source of this images, your website or blog and email address.

The picture title are:-
1. Coffee
2. Kebab

Please let me know your answer.



February 22, 2008 9:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi -

I'd like to get your permission to use one of your photographs in a short film.

Would you please email me?



November 18, 2009 1:31 PM  

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