Friday, October 24, 2008

morning breeze

The stillness of the new morning was broken only by the sound of soft breeze...

23 comments:

Mo said...

I love this shot. looks like a storm on its way.

rob said...

The trees are moving with the clouds! Great Shot!

Blognote said...

A stunning shot!!
Have a nice weekend!

alice said...

I've just read what you write on the forum...Hope to see you back very quickly.

Petrea said...

My friend, thanks to Blognote I read about the court's suspension of access to Blogger in Turkey. It breaks my heart. May they soon grant your return! I will look for you every day.

Ham said...

Best wishes for a speedy return from London, too

Virginia said...

We all hope and pray for your swift return. You photography touches me each time I visit. A master photographer you are.
Blessings,
V

USelaine said...

My thoughts are with you.

Ann said...

Another wonderful shot. I hope this mess with blogger gets sorted out and you are back with us very soon.

Saretta said...

So sorry to hear about your problems with access to Blogger! Hope you will find some way to continue to publish your beautiful photos. I will miss them terribly!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Wow. Really different. I like the shot.

I am 74 years old -- today is my birthday.

monoblog said...

Words can’t adequately express how I feel while reading your comments.

Despite the fact I haven't get the chance to meet you in person except Diederick (Blognote), this proves friendship on the web can absolutely be real.

Thank you for your concern & incredible support.

I found a backdoor to connect my blog and to the others via www.ktunnel.com but I can only answer and leave comments but can't update my site.

At this point, thanks to Elaine's idea, probably a friend living outside of Turkey will help me to update my blog.

I will let you know about developments on the banning issue here.

It feels good to be -partially- back.

Thanks again to all!

-Selim

Jilly said...

Selim, we are all appalled and we miss you and your wonderful and inspiring photographs of your beautiful city.

Do hope that you get back to us soon. Helpful that you can publish via friend but we hope the ban is lifted and you have the freedom you should have.

Blognote said...

Selim, I will help you out.
Please read my mail to your home address and contact me.
Ciao
Diederick

slim said...

Selim-
I will be interested in following this turn of events. Your pictures are not only masterful but universal in their subject matter . . . they speak to everyone. This makes me stop and think about freedom that I take for granted. At least I can enjoy your archived photos while waiting for resolution.

marley said...

What an awful situation, I've been reading on the forum. Hope you can work away round it soon.

babooshka said...

I sincerely hope the censorship situtation is reversed soon. I know how devestated I would feel if this were to happen to me. Youa are a very gited photographer, we need you back.

Petrea said...

Slim's idea of enjoying your archives is a good one. I haven't seen everything here, so I'll entertain myself that way. Brava to Elaine for her brilliant suggestion! Looking forward to your return, Selim. Whatever the court's reason for restricting access to Blogger, it could have had nothing to do with you. Your representations of Izmir are all beauty and heart.

altadenahiker said...

I hope the storm passes quickly, fellow Norski.

elizabeth said...

I came here through Petrea- you have such lovely views of your life! I hope you can find a way back to continue sharing them with all of us. Our lives truly *are* richer because of your images and thoughts. :-)

Best regards from Pasadena CA.

jill said...

Greetings from Oregon. Thanks to blognote for getting the word to us.

Mary Jo said...

I hope courts there are faster than here.
I'm sad thas this happens!
Happy return.

monoblog said...

Thanks again, million times, to all of you...