Redbubble: 21-40

More flowers here along with an artsy photo, stone walls (yes there’s two), Montreal, Sapanca and Heidelberg.

Redbubble: 1-20

Redbubble items #1-20 featuring sunsets, landscapes, flowers and a lake

Are You Scared?

Found some great street art on Istiklal Caddesi in Istanbul. Always a fun time in Istanbul. For use elsewhere, credit: Tome of Trovius, https://tomeoftrovius.com The best way to support this website is to share it and this article across social media and with your friends. Let me know how you found the article as well!…

Fruit Candy

The restaurant you see above can be found in the Kadıköy neighborhood of the Asian side of Istanbul. It is a dessert restaurant which was quite crowded, filled with the normal delectables but also carried fudges, macarons and these fruit-styled treats. For use elsewhere, credit: Tome of Trovius, https://tomeoftrovius.com The best way to support this…

Tree Lanterns

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Izmit Saat Kulesi (Clock Tower)

This is the clock tower in Izmit called the Saat Kulesi (sah-t coup-less-e, this my attempt at phonetic reading). It was constructed at the turn of the 20th century and was one among many constructed across the empire to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Sultan Abdul Hamid II, one of the last. It’s just a tower…

Roman Findings: Metro House, Amasra Sea Ruins

Credit: MiBACT.TV   The ever exciting digging under Roman soil to expand their metro system has this time yielded an amazing house. They believe the house belonged to a Roman commander due to its proximity to a nearby barracks. It has plenty of mosaics and decorated walls, 14 rooms, a bathhouse and under floor heating…

Roman Findings: Beit Shemesh Monastery, 1,000 Doliche Seals

Credit: Israel Antiquities Authority Official Channel   A Byzantine monastery was discovered during construction in Ramat Beit Shemesh outside Jerusalem. Among the findings were mosaic floors decorated with birds and pomegranates, stone walls, bases of marble pillars decorated with crosses, a bronze cross and ceramic oil lamps. The finds from the next excavation were much…