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in gold

Year 2016 collection. “Winter makes a bridge between one year and another and, in this case, one century and the next.” Andy Goldsworthy

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in purple

Year 2016 collection. “As I watched the seagulls, I thought, that’s the road to take; find the absolute rhythm and follow it with absolute trust.” Nikos Kazantzakis

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MY PORTFOLIO

ERECHTHEION-ATİNA

HADRIAN TEMPLE-TAPINAĞI EPHESUS

APOLLON TEMPLE – TAPINAĞI- SIDE

TETHYS OKEANOS – ZEUGMA

HEPHAESTION TEMPLE -TAPINAĞI ATHENS

HEPHAESTION TEMPLE -TAPINAĞI ATHENS

HADRIAN TEMPLE-TAPINAĞI EPHESUS

CELCIUS LIBARY-KÜTÜPHANESİ EPHESUS… 118 more words

Ancient Anatolia

Israel Day 6: Cliff Climbing

We did a lot of hikes in Israel, but this was probably the hike that very nearly killed me the most. Had it not been for my toe being in the state it was, I probably wouldn’t have had such a hard time, but it was swollen and sensitive enough as it was without it being slammed around in my shoe as we trekked down steep hills and literal cliff sides. 362 more words

Everyday

Farewell the Walled City

On our last afternoon we went for a final walk around Lo Manthang. People sat in the late afternoon sun, as though soaking it up while they could, for it would soon be winter. 657 more words

Adventure

Remembering Bagan

Last Wednesday, two major earthquakes struck Europe and Southeast Asia within nine hours of each other. As residents slept in the historic towns and villages of central Italy, a 6.2-magnitude tremor rocked the Apennines, taking the lives of at least 290 people. 471 more words

Travel

The Library of Celsus

The Library of Celsus is located in the ancient city of Ephesus, Turkey, and it was originally built between  110 and 135  A.D. in memory of Tiberius Julius Celsus a governor of Roman Asia by his son Gaius Julius Aquila. 142 more words