Ara Guler The small village of Geyre near the Baba Dag (Father Mountain) amidst fertile plains watered by the Maeander River,occupied by farmers and their families.Inhabitants were here since 5800 BC,and in the 2nd cent became Aphrodisias,and conquered by the Romans.Became the richest and most famous city of Asia Minor with 60.000 inhabitants. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchResult_VPage=2K1HZOCP4Y9AW#/SearchResult_VPage=2K1HZOCP4Y9AW=1

Ara Guler The small village of Geyre near the Baba Dag (Father Mountain) amidst fertile plains watered by the Maeander River,occupied by farmers and their families.Inhabitants were here since 5800 BC,and in the 2nd cent became Aphrodisias,and conquered by the Romans.Became the richest and most famous city of Asia Minor with 60.000 inhabitants. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchResult_VPage=2K1HZOCP4Y9AW#/SearchResult_VPage=2K1HZOCP4Y9AW=1

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Galata Bridge Istanbul 1957 Photo: Ara Güler

Galata Bridge Istanbul 1957 Photo: Ara Güler

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Resmi Web Sitesi

Ara Güler | Resmi Web Sitesi

Ara Güler

Ara Güler

Turkish photographer Ara Guler (“The Eye of Istanbul”), in Istanbul, Turkey, June 2010. #stevemccurry

The Last Roll of Kodachrome—Frame by Frame!

Turkish photographer Ara Guler (“The Eye of Istanbul”), in Istanbul, Turkey, June 2010. #stevemccurry

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

Ara Güler | Offical Web Site

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