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My Travels

Fishing Over Frozen Lake

Trip to Antique Ani

Five Days in Thessaloniki

Trip to China

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Gypsies & Wedding 

Three May Day       

Goat Culture            

Ramadan Meal

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Photo Competitions

Lucie "Fresh Look"

Thessaloniki PhotoBiennale

International Ariano Festival

The Other Hundred 2013

Humanity Photo Awards 2014

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Ramadan Meal

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Olive Oil Wrestling

Grandbazaar Masters

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The most significant characteristic of the photographers is, they are the witnesses of the era that they belong to. The projects are like the memory of the past for the people in the future. We consider and perceive the past with these projects.
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With all respect.
Aydın Çetinbostanoğlu

 

Three "Humanity Photo Awards" to My Culturel Photo Works UNESCO & CFPA - 2015

Kültürel Fotoğraf Çalışmalarıma UNESCO ve CFPA'dan Üç "İnsanlık Fotoğraf Ödülü" - 2015

 

A Human Tragedy in the 21st Century

"Yazidi Refugee Camps"

They are a mostly Kurdish speaking ethnic population. Their belief system has roots in ancient Mesopotamian religions and Zoroastrianism. This is a society that beliefs in the infinity of the world and the nature. They believe that God, who created the world, would never destroy it. Today, there are an estimated 800000 Yazidis in the world. They are experiencing what they consider to be their 74.genocide.  This is because they have a different belief system. They have been subjected to violence and genocide at all ages because they did not want to renounce their faith.

People tell me a lot of stories during live interviews. However, what struck me the most was the words of 17-year-old highschool junior Halime:

"I studied for 10 years. Look where I am now." A sea of shattered dreams, a future full of uncertainty and a wait full of hope. 


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