Postcards From Turkey: Istanbul Through A Frame

Nurul in Turkey

“Frame your mind to mirth and merriment which bars a thousand harms and lengthens life” – Willian Shakespeare.

The photo shows Istanbul with Süleymaniye Mosque. The photo was taken through the frame of Galata Bridge.

The photo shows the new city of Istanbul, taken through the window frame of the boat.

The photo shows the old city of Istanbul through the frame of the gate of Dolmabahce Palace

The photo shows the old city of Istanbul through the frame of the gate of Dolmabahce Palace

This post is my contribution for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. The theme of the week: Framing the shot.

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