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Princess Islands ( Halki )
Istanbul

shot after a cold beer right after sunset in Heybeliada ( Halki Island) on a Saturday. You can see the cafes and people. No rush , seems like very peaceful :) ( it was though )

Copyright: Hakan durgut
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送信日: 07/09/2009
更新日: 24/09/2014
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