A Seasonal Cook in Turkey: Bread-making in a Turkish Village for a Circumcision Celebration!

Baking bread to feed hundreds for the double circumcision celebrations of Ayşe Hanım's grandsons!

Whirling dervish... “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

Then sings my soul -- Whirling dervish. “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

A vendor sells simit, a type of Turkish bread, in the streets of Istanbul

Street Food Turkey - A vendor sells simit, a type of Turkish bread, in the streets of Istanbul

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BAKIRCILIK (copper smith, and more generally: metal craftsman).

Credit: Ara Guler/Magnum Street vendor in the district of Zeyrek, 1970 #Vintage #Istanbul - in #pictures

Vintage Istanbul - in pictures

Galata Bridge with Anglers and Pedestrians - Istanbul. Include #Istanbul in your #travel #bucketlist #bucket #list. Checkout "City is Yours" http://www.cityisyours.com/explore to discover amazing bucket lists created by local experts.

Galata Bridge with Anglers and Pedestrians - Istanbul. This is where the fish is caught for the fish rolls!

Traditional artwork, Tokat, Turkey

Vibijka - the art of block printing fabric. Skirts were often made this way. Ukraine ideal for my textile side of studio

Turkish Women in 1934 | What elegance

Turkish women in what elegance. And soo western—when did the country take that hard turn towards muslim religiosity? This is amazing to me, that it's Turkey.

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