Yaletown

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A district within Vancouver.

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Enjoyable set!
Everyone was out walking today, tomorrow we are expecting our annual 3 days of snow.

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I do like the light in these shots.
Long shadows. With the sun this low, it's almost selective lighting between skyscrapers.
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Nice compositions.
Time for you to post some photos. I'm sure many here would be interested to see your part of the world.
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Time for you to post some photos. I'm sure many here would be interested to see your part of the world.
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I usually shoot landscape images and I'm a fan of long exposures. So, my photos usually don't reflect the cities and the way of life in my country . I'm hoping to shoot again after the covid issue is over as there are some restrictions to go out now and I also hesitate to go out often.
 
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For those of you who aren't used to seeing Binnur's landscapes, you're really missing out on some wonderful photography.



HOORAY!
Thanks for your kind compliment Mike. I don't think I'm that experienced but we all know that learning never ends and I try to do my best . I might move back to Sığacık which is a small village of İzmir again because I don't believe this virus issue will be solved soon and we might also have some more different virus issues in the future. Kuşadası where I live at the moment is big and crowded with lots of foreigners especially in summer time. So, it is a good place for the viruses to spread. At the moment we are not allowed to go out between 21:00 and 05:00 during the week and we can't go out from 21:00 on Fridays till 05:00 on Mondays. So, if I want to shoot sunset images I have to rush back home from where I shoot and this is annoying and risky. Sığacık is a very small village and there aren't many corona cases there. There are some nice places for photography around it, so I can shoot and come back home easily if I live there. The vaccination has just started here in Turkey , we will see what happens in the future. But there are a lot of stories that the world will be dealing with some illnesses and viruses for at least 10 years. I hope this won't come true.
 
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