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22
Apr
08

Turkish Coffee in Istanbul

22
Apr
08

The Advantages of Marriage…

17
Apr
08

why do I taking photographs?

Photography is a visionel and educational hobby for me…I relax and feel more happy than before when I take photos…If you begin to capture landscape, portraits, flowers, birds, butterfly and etc. you can open your eyes and see “the beauty of created things” then you believe more and more than to the God and His miracles….When you take photos, you become a passanger who travel inner Universe, you see, you think, you thank to be…

pink dream

I sometimes turn my photos to the digital paintings…This is lovely work for me, poem and paintings..
blue melancholy

16
Apr
08

The Miracle Is Waiting Behind The Door!

Why are you stopping???

Open the door!

The miracle is waiting you behind the door….

Why are you stopping?

Break your chains!

YOUR life is calling YOU with your own emotions, your own brains!

You learned all the ideas of philosophers, scientists and etc….

I only say you: “GO on your way, the voice in your heart will show you YOUR OWN WAY!”

purple delight in Spring

16
Apr
08

Hello Again!

Dear my readers,

I couldn’t reach my blog for a long time, because it was forbidden to reach in Turkey! Now, it is opened and I am very happy to be with you again!:-))

yk
 

16
Aug
07

The Art Cities

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Some of the cities are very old and full of art…

Moscow, Rome, Venice, Vatican, Istanbul and etc.

Let’s see some of the famous buildings by photographer Andy Clapp objective.

15
Aug
07

Arabian horses

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History of the Arab/Arabian Horse

The Arab or Arabian horse originates from the desert lands of Asia and the most famous are the horses of the Bedouin Arabs, known as the Original or Elite Arab. Through selective breeding the Bedouins developed an Arab horse which was tough and yet beautiful. It was these Arab horses that were used as a calvary horse by the Moslems and taken to North Africa and into Spain and France. Many Arab horses were left behind when the Moslems left and were left to breed with local horses creating such breeds as the Andalusian horse. The UK imported Arab horses in the late nineteeth and early twentieth century from Arabia.

Height of the Arab/ArabianHorse

The Arab horse stands 14.1 to 15 hh.

Colour of the Arab/ArabianHorse

Arab horses are most usually bay or chestnut but grey is also seen.

Characteristics of the Arab/ArabianHorse

The Arab horse has a small head with concave profile, large eyes and small muzzle, arched neck, sloping shoulder, strong level back, strong hindquarters, strong legs. Tail carried high, fast and free action, plenty of stamina.

Temperament of the Arab/ArabianHorse

Arab horses are brave, spirited and intelligent.

Uses of the Arab/Arabian Horse

The Arab horse is used as a general riding horse, for horse racing, and is particularly suited to endurance.