Scenery Sunday :- Humans of Turkey

Turkey – a country filled with diverse citizens. They are Curious, Friendly, Unique.

(The title of this post was inspired by the infamous Humans of New York – Thanks Brandon!)

Turkish children in Rize Turkey having fun

Turkish children in Rize, Turkey having fun

Turkish children in Rize Turkey request to have selfie together

Turkish children in Rize, Turkey request to have selfie together

Turkish fish mongers in Rize Turkey

Turkish fish mongers in Rize, Turkey

Turkish woman in Ayder Turkey taught me how to say Waterfall in Turkish

Turkish woman in Ayder Turkey taught me how to say Waterfall in Turkish

Turkish man at gas station requests his photo to be taken at Lake Van Turkey

Turkish man at gas station requests his photo to be taken at Lake Van Turkey

Friendly Turkish postman who bought me lunch in Sanliurfa Turkey

Friendly Turkish postman who bought me lunch in Sanliurfa, Turkey

Turkish children in Harran Turkey

Turkish children in Harran, Turkey

Turkish tourist at Mount Nemrut Turkey

Turkish tourist at Mount Nemrut, Turkey

Turkish security guard and his son at Sanliurfa castle Turkey

Turkish security guard and his son at Sanliurfa castle Turkey

Turkish man selling delicious antibiotic juice in Gaziantep Turkey

Turkish man selling delicious antibiotic juice in Gaziantep, Turkey

Baklava maker from Hatay Turkey

Baklava maker from Hatay, Turkey

The Turkish man in Safranbolu who insisted I look at photos from past Canadian visitors

The Turkish man in Safranbolu who insisted I look at photos from past Canadian visitors

The Turkish bridemaid who asked me take a photo of her after I took a photo of the bride in Safranbolu Turkey

The Turkish bridemaid who asked me take a photo of her after I took a photo of the bride in Safranbolu, Turkey

The Turkish bride in Safranbolu Turkey

The Turkish bride in Safranbolu, Turkey

Hanim Sultan on the right who is learning English and made my delicious Etli Dolma for dinner in Safranbolu Turkey

Hanim Sultan on the right who is learning English and made my delicious Etli Dolma for dinner in Safranbolu, Turkey

The women of Safranbolu who followed me and asked me to take their photos at sunset

The women of Safranbolu who followed me and asked me to take their photos at sunset

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