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Old May 17, 2007, 9:14 PM   #21
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Really nice shots bahadir, you captured the moments just right, great colours too. I like the sound of the guitars and the drinking.:?G
Thank you for your appreciation!

Ah,I remember I was one of those guys therein black T- shirt sitting on the grass and enjoying the 'liquified sunlight' in the beer bottle:-)

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These pictures to me radiate freedom, relief and perhaps even happiness and self-confidence of the masses...
Keen observation!

I must also say I am humbled bythe bigwords : )

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@ Andrew: Thank you for your appreciaton !

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@ Dr. Mr. Vandertramps: Thank you so much for your worthy feedback. There's certainly much truth in your kind words!

Btw,I think it's also quite allright 'secularism in individual'

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@ Cool Breeze: thanks for the cool breeze you kindly brought to my post : )

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I should also add that this great meetinghas also become a good response to 'some prime minister' who once calledmy city 'foreign' addressingher Levantineorigins but mainly because his party had bitterly lost here in the 'fortress of social democrats'!

Now 'he' has become 'foreign':blah:




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Old May 17, 2007, 10:33 PM   #22
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Bahadir, i feel the exact same way about your point about secularism in the individual
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Old May 18, 2007, 2:25 AM   #23
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Really great series of this event.. I like the 5th very much.. the color and framing.. Water and red flags in front.. some are like a field of poppies!
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Old May 19, 2007, 12:00 AM   #24
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Bahadir, i feel the exact same way about your point about secularism in the individual
Then you aresurely wiser than some prime minister*I know around here who claims that governments can be secular, not individuals!

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...I like the 5th very much.. the color and framing.. Water and red flags in front.. some are like a field of poppies!
Thanks forthe kind feedback featuring your rich association !

Actually, in some cases, such was the strength of the reds from the field that the sensor of my compact camera was fooled:-)
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Old May 19, 2007, 1:56 AM   #25
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Bahadir, i know where your coming from, me myself i try not to get involved in politics because my blood starts to boil especially when i listen to Pasok here talk a bunch of smack.
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Old May 19, 2007, 2:48 AM   #26
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Well, concerning Pasok, I remember having sent George Andreas Papandreu a sincere relief e-mail when his party lost in theelections ( not himself!)which made him the leader of Pasok and Socialist International

Actually, so far, I haven't considered involving in politicsto consider becoming a member of any political party, either :G
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They are all great, the people shot is my favorite, how did you do it? well done.
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Bahadir,

history teaches us that when religion and politics mix, the results are most often disastrous for the people as a whole. having taken note of the activities these excellent journalisticphotos represent, i sincerely hope your people can succeed in resisting the agenda of those who would turn Turkey into another Islamist theocracy. one hopes that those in power understand that for every person in the street waving a flag and chanting "no Sharia!", there are ten more watching at home and silently supporting the marchers, perhaps even wishing they could join in. as another poster commented, our own leaders have not listened to the voices of those who elected them in recent years... i hope yours are more receptive!


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Old May 20, 2007, 6:34 PM   #29
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They are all great, the people shot is my favorite, how did you do it? well done.
Thanks for your appreciation!

That's a five shot stitchwork which is your favourite.

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Squirl, thank you for your insightful comments! The ones with the 'secret agenda' eventried to exploit the full membership expectancy of Turkeyfor the European Unionas a tool for unlimitedlibertyto attain their goals which you also seem to be aware of ; )Fortunately, no government here can go tosuch extremesfor theywill hit hard to the strong institutions of the republic hand in hand with the public!!

Well, they have already received a warning...and they know that the next meetingmaytake placein the Parliament!!

PS. absolutely no worries for those who considervisiting Anatolia. Will remain one of the safest places of the world : )


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