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Photos: İzzet Keribar
Colors Of The World
Colors Of The World
A Spectacular Selection For You From The Pen And Lens Of A Master Photographer, İzzet Keribar, Who Travels The World To Take Legendary Photos.
Built in the 19th century by the Balyan family of architects, Ortaköy Mosque stands on Istanbul’s popular Ortaköy Square, famed now in, mainly night photographs. But being at Ortaköy Square as the sun comes up is a special experience too.
A fair takes place every year in November during the week of the full moon at Pushkar in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Also known as the Pushkar Camel Fair, this event draws hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from the region as the town takes on a festive holiday atmosphere for the week.
If you ask me, the most beloved icon of the Russian capital Moscow is St. Basil’s Cathedral, built by Ivan the Terrible in the 16th century. You’ll want to keep on photographing it and its colorful onion domes.
One of the most popular spots in the Mexican capital, Mexico City, is Xochimilco, whose canals you can tour by boat. People come here for fun and sightseeing and to hear Mariachi music and songs.
The town of Murree near the Pakistani capital Islamabad was a must-see, they said, so I followed the recommendation and went there. And in the bazaar I met an old man who fitted right in with his turban and the deep lines etched in his face.
You can’t know the real Egypt without taking a Nile cruise. The Luxor area especially has majestic temples going back to ancient Egypt. Photographers are in luck here. The temple opens early before the tourist rush, so you can get your shots in horizontal light.
Lahore is another of Pakistan’s largest cities. And its most popular spot, without a doubt, is the mosque known as Jamia Mesjid.
Perhaps the most popular among the U.S. national parks, Monument Valley in Arizona differs from the others in that it is run by Native Americans. Thanks to its stunning landscapes and natural beauty, it has been used for decades as a set for some of the best cowboy films.
Santiago on the eastern tip of the island is Cuba’s second largest city. And like Havana it boasts some fine examples of the architecture of the last century.