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Turkey, Spain and Portugal in HDR by Anil Polat

I have some good friends carving out niches in the relatively new field of travel blogging, and as I keep a watch, their writing skills evolve. I also see them sharpening other native talents as they venture off to distant lands.

Anil Polat, the proprietor of the great travel blog FoxNomad, is on a quest to visit every country on earth, a seemingly impossible task fraught with difficulty and expense, but as the final goal is elusive, his world map gets progressively more dogeared.

Along with Anil’s itchy feet comes a camera, and over the past year he’s developed a certain aptitude for taking photos using the HDR technique. The following six images are a nice highlight of what he’s been doing. His colors are deep and you nearly fall into the images as you look at them. For his skills, he gets a shout out at 10 Times One.

If these images dazzle you the way I was dazzled, support his quest by by visiting his Smugmug gallery and picking up a print of one of these shots. They’re for sale. Navigate to his Porto, Istanbul, and Granada galleries and look for them.

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

 

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

 

Over Porto’s Douro River

 

Blue Mosque interior

Blue Mosque, Istanbul - interior

 

Hagia Sofia interior

Hagia Sofia, Istanbul - interior

 

The Granada Cathedral (also known as Cathedral of the Incarnation)

Please note, all of the following images are copyright of FoxNomad and may not be used or taken without consent.

Please take a second and check out stories from Anil’s highway at Fox Nomad.

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4 Responses to Turkey, Spain and Portugal in HDR by Anil Polat

  1. Zablon Mukuba 01/05/2012 at 9:20 pm #

    that is some book store

  2. Political traveler 01/04/2012 at 7:03 am #

    Amazing. Is that a bookstore?

    • Anil 01/04/2012 at 7:11 am #

      Yes, it’s the Livraria Lello bookstore, a very famous one in Porto that’s often winning prizes for most beautiful around the world. Though in the past few years it’s become famous for another reason – JK Rowling spent quite a bit of time there writing when she was coming up with some of the ideas for Harry Potter :)

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