wish he was puffing on a nargile as you were taking the pic.it would have made this amazing pic just a little bit more exotic and in line with the water pipe cafe he’s sitting in front of…his gloves are not my style but it compliments his sweater.The tone of the socks wouldn’t be the way i’d go but heyy it goes along with his grunchy globetrotter dervish swag =)
My first trip to Istanbul was in 1972. “The Pudding Shop” was THE place to meet and greet. It was a very different time. The city was full of hippies. Most of the young men didn’t look so different from the one in this photograph.
Just perused a few months of your blog, excellent photos, with only one critique: all the women are SO DAMN skinny. Not that there’s anything wrong with skinny women, but I mean, every woman I saw was model skinny (and sure, some of them are, in fact, models, I get that). How about a little variety? I know for a fact there are plenty of stylish, curvy women out there roaming the streets.
What’s up with the facial hair, I now see that it’s really in vogue to wear beards??????
Please tell me what that is about….
I like it and I always ask my husband not to shave, to a small one going… He says it’s hard to do because of the training young to always shave…
I can’t believe I’ve been loving your blog for so long and just discovered you are from Indy too – I went to IU two years after you in the Interior Design program and my best friend Stacy Frigo was in Fashion Merchandising – we’ve spent lots of time in the same building at the same time in the middle of Indiana – crazy.
I’m from Indianapolis and we are some of the coolest, most interesting people. I’ve been all over the world and the neatest encounters I’ve had are with strangers from Indiana halfway across the globe. I’m such a huge fan of your work!! This one made my day.