Working men in Istanbul - two

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    Furniture removal man.
    Peace to the people of Turkey

    White Pathes to the Allwhere, and 80 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Maik Armstrong 84 months ago | reply

      nice one, can you post it to the group

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Men of Turkey, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. ivanrm06 83 months ago | reply

      verry very handsome guy... i want to move to another house now. Somewhere in Turkey

    3. chelle_zapanta 79 months ago | reply

      H-o-t!!!!!!!!!!Hot prrrrrrrr!!!!

    4. *erinnoel* 74 months ago | reply

      fantastic capture of a very real and simple moment.

    5. i saw frank with lloyd and wright 73 months ago | reply

      okaaaay, when i went to istanbul i didn't see any of those (that one is gorgeous). The ones i saw were... were not that good looking, and talked to my mother to ask her if she would trade me by camels... Not the greatest feeling in the planet

    6. CharlesFred 72 months ago | reply

      I suppose it would depend a little bit on how many camels... and you are right, the photos on here are really quite selective...

    7. cityboytogo61 72 months ago | reply

      Great pix!!!!!!!!!

    8. bestfor / richard 71 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. Omkar Gogate 71 months ago | reply

      Very good looking.

    10. bestfor / richard 71 months ago | reply

      Nice lighting. excellent candid photo. A great portrait.
      Wonderful portrait!!!!

      >> ...a lot of ...FACES !!! <<


    11. Lisi~ [deleted] 71 months ago | reply

      Wonderful portrait!!!!

      >> ...a lot of ...FACES !!! <<


    12. odysseyyy 70 months ago | reply

      "i saw frank with lloyd and wright", that scenario does not seem to be real to me, at all! There is no desert or camels here in Istanbul and that exchange can't be related to Turkiye. Maybe, you are trying to pretend as if you have interesting stories to tell other people. But please do not use my country's name to make your stories more attractive. Here in Turkiye (no Turkey!), we are not living in desert and not going to work through flying carpets! If you are interested such things, then I advise you the comic books of "Aladdin".
      Republic of Turkiye is a modern state of law country in between Europe and Asia which is called Eurasia not in the Middle East. There are muslims and nonmuslims, women wearing miniskirts and women wearing headscarves, people in good manner and people in bad manner...just like in any country in the world! Actually, I believe that it is a rarely seen feature harmonizing such contradictions and managing to keep them together. I've been in many European countries and saw many people can't tolarate foreigners in their countries and their dissimilarities, as well. So I am happy to live here.
      And Charles, I know you love Turks and Turkiye. I am very grateful for your nice comments about my country. I've seen your each photo on this website and think that you have a big talent. Your many shots are awe-inspiring. However, I think that you are mostly reflecting old and religious face of Turkiye. I have not seen modern places and people in your photos like beatiful beaches in the south and the beach girls / boys there. But I give you right that it's not interesting, cus' it so common. Anyway, I love you despite your joke about number of the camels for the exchange.

    13. CharlesFred 70 months ago | reply

      Dear Odyesseyyy, Thank you for your comment. You make many good points. To start with you should see taht I have put Turkiye in my Europe collection and that I voted for a party D66 which is very much in favour of Turkiye joining the EU (good for Europe, maybe good for Turkiye).

      As regards camels, I only reacted to a joke made by that woman above and, of course, I know this does not apply in Turkiye. Not even in Somalinad these days (where I was born). But for deserts,I can go to Syria or Jordan or Eritrea or Namibia, not to Turkiye, I know that... And, please, I never started that joke about camels, so please do not accuse me of using stories to make my photos more attractive.

      You will see from my collections of photos from other countries that I tend to focus on older places, local folk, traditions and so on. No shopping malls and little modern architecture. Bursa is a big city and we had some very enjoyable days there, but, of course, I will concentrate on photos of the older part of town, not the modern factories and apartment blocks. This is just my style and reflects my own interests.

      I even said above that my photos are selective and I make no apologies for that. But at least I feel proud of presenting what I hope are always positive images fo your wonderful country (and others where I travel).

      I am back in Istanbul for a few days in two weks time, then later in Juky, my partner Fred and I will spend two weeks travelling along the Black Sea Coast and then I will be back in late September for a business meeting. I can't wait!

      So, this at least is an explanation.

      Cheers, Charles

    14. odysseyyy 70 months ago | reply

      Thanks for your clarification Charles..That's very kind of you..You are always welcome to my country..I'll keep following you ;)

    15. Sarah ' [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      looks so cool :)

    16. butch_61603 63 months ago | reply

      Hi guy, nice ....Very nice pic of you

    17. Arbron 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Good Looking Guys (no nudity), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    18. Mich'el 61 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ab♂ut Men, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    19. turkishboyfanatic 58 months ago | reply

      Hi ı'm Can...and congratulations, nice photo...I have some photos like this(in my photostream folder)Maybe you should discuss them...

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