Around the World in Analogue: Istanbul, Turkey

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"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Aspa Tz waxes poetic about the overwhelming beauty of Istanbul, Turkey.

Name: Aspa Tz
LomoHome: @peninthewild
Social Media: Flickr
Camera: Zenit 11
Film: Fujicolour 200
Location: Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul in May is bursting with colour, light, traffic and culture. Late evening sunlight sliding serenely through tall buildings towering over the frenetic city jungle. Shots of Turkish coffee and tea being passed around at all times of day. Smell of Eastern dishes and spices overflowing the streets.

Perhaps not a single place in the whole city where you can get away from the human language. The sight of the human effect throughout history and the acknowledgement that despite the chaos of past, present, and future, there is always a hope to fall in love, with everything in the here and now. Over & over again.


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3 Comments

  1. david_c
    david_c ·

    Lovely.

  2. theblues
    theblues ·

    Seriously this is such a great category of articles, this one makes us travel, very nice indeed @peninthewild

  3. peninthewild
    peninthewild ·

    thank you very much!

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