» AFTERNOON PHOTOS IN KADIKOY

Photo EssayKadıköy, on the Anatolian side of Istanbul, is a lot less touristy than the parts of the European side near the Galata Bridge. Frankie and I took a ferry over and shot some photos of its buildings, animals and people.

Kadıköy pier view of the Bosphorus at golden hour. – (c) 2014 Boots Natanama

Kadıköy pier view of the Bosphorus at golden hour. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

Street art on Moda, in Kadıköy. Given other vegan and vegetarian propaganda around the neighborhood, I’m pretty sure the “Never Eat Animals?” message (lower-left) was written by someone other than the original artist. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

Street art on Moda, in Kadıköy. Given other vegan and vegetarian propaganda around the neighborhood, I’m pretty sure the “Never Eat Animals?” message (lower-left) was written by someone other than the original artist. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

eople maintain this housing complex for cats in an empty lot on Moda St., in Kadıköy. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

People maintain this housing complex for cats in an empty lot on Moda St., in Kadıköy. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

…not that life is necessarily easy for cats in Istanbul. Especially one-eyed ones. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

…not that life is necessarily easy for cats in Istanbul. Especially one-eyed ones. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

…or fish, for that matter. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

…or fish, for that matter. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

Street musicians at the Kadıköy market on Muhurdar St., playing something nationalistic. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

Street musicians at the Kadıköy market on Muhurdar St., playing something nationalistic. – (c) 2016 Brian Awehali

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s