catching up: Belek 2011

working in the sunset

It’s been a little bit quite here, sorry! Had a freakin’ busy time at work and wasn’t able to spend much time shooting or blogging (there’s nothing to blog when nothing is shot).

I’m sure nobody wants to see classic family-holiday photos here. But since I tried to introduce some kind of street-style to a few shots of our latest vacation to Belek/Turkey, I decided to post a short photographic summary of the trip. At least it’s another step for me to catch up on my photographic queue because I’m processing the digital frames chronologically. So – yes, coming up next: holiday-photographs…

fishing with grandpafishing with grandpa

watching footballwatching Football

JetSki parkingJetSki parking

"wow WTF?"wow WTF?

hairy gorilla kidnapping blond boy on the beachhairy gorilla kidnapping blond boy on the beach

Sheriff Öztürk on dutySheriff Öztürk on duty

fishingfishing

preparing turkish wrapspreparing turkish wraps

sunset shouldersunset shoulder

poolboyPoolboy

a "pro"a “pro”

türkiyetürkiye

e-booke-book

Enough people? More holiday-details:

boccia timeboccia time

water in the foregroundwater in the foreground

underneath the pierunderneath the Pier

flagflag

boatboat

beach jugbeach jug

faucetfaucet

goalsGoals

Colour overkill? No problem, take these:

female problem...female problem…

Knotknot

Döner ChefDöner Chef

Fishing TeamFishing Team

CourtCourt

beach barbeach bar

GözlemeGözleme

TransferTransfer

That’s what I shot on this trip so far. But there is a special premier in this post:
This year, I haven’t been the only one with a PEN in Belek 🙂

When I recognized my wife’s incipient interest in photography, I bought her an Olympus PEN Mini (E-PM1) to enable her to develop an own way and style (and mainly to keep her from occupying my cameras). So I’m very proud to present – for the first time – Dani’s sight of the trip:

CocaCola on a planeCocaCola on a plane

the holiday-grinchthe holiday-grinch

PierPier

walking to his JetSkiwalking to his JetSki

beach showerbeach shower

lifesaverlifesaver

Pirelli P4000Pirelli P4000

I like her style (although she is a little bit too much in love with portrait orientation for my taste) and she sees details I often miss…

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