Travel Photos from Cool Places I Have Been – Dorion Photos

Siraselvilir Street leading to Taksin Square, European side, Istanbul

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The Blue Mosque, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, photo taken from my hotel window

Here is a link to a slideshow consisting of many more photos that I took in Istanbul, India and Thailand:     https://plus.google.com/photos/112547293004635765064/albums/5152167211931636449

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cafe along Siraselvilir Street

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The neighborhood of Galata, located on a steep hump of land north of the Golden Horn

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Siraselvilir Street vendor

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Galata neighborhood

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Galata Tower

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Beyoglu neighborhood I believe

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The Golden Horn with crazy boat traffic near the Galata Bridge

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Many people fish off both sides of the Galata Bridge

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Sunset in Istanbul – several mosques in view

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Sundown near the Galata Bridge

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Music shop in Beyoglu

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Siraselvilir Street food vendor at a sidewalk cafe

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Music shop in Beypglu

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Galat Tower and neighborhood

Istanbul, across the Golden Horn

Siraselvilir Street

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Little park between the Blue Mosque and the Haj Sophia

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Blue Mosque minarets

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Blue Mosque from the Bosphorus where I got to drive a boat

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Looking down the Bosphorus toward the Sea of Mamara

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Dilapidated homes along the Bosphorus – former vacation homes of the well-to-do

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That's our house in the village in Northeastern Thailand.

That’s our house in the village in Northeastern Thailand.

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That’s me with a couple of larger pythons in Ban Nong Tha, Thailand

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The Hajia Sophia, constructed on the orders of Justinian when the city was named Constantinople and converted to a mosque in 1453 after the city, now Istanbul, was captured by the Ottoman Turks.

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Dusk shot of the Blue Mosque

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Blue Mosque

2 replies »

  1. Very beautiful Photos!
    I enjoyed them!

    Having not been out of the united states yet,Photos are the only way I get to travel.

    If not for photos I think my mind and my eyes would shut down and stop working.
    Thanks for sharing these!

    Like

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