Sunday, December 21, 2014

d.i.y: homemade bread

For a while we've baked our bread in our kitchen. This recipe is pretty easy to give a try:

- 2 cup of white flour
- 1 cup of wheat flour
- 1 cup of water (in room temperature)
- 1 table spoon of olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of dry yeast
- 1 teaspoon of sea salt

how to make:
in a large bowl mix/knead all these ingredients above until it gets nonstick enough. then put:
- anything that you want to put inside your bread; such as dried tomatoes, olives, onions etc.
and knead for 5 minutes more.

after all, leave it in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours inside a big bowl covered with a wet towel.
Pre-heat your oven to 200 degrees.
Then bake for 30 minutes at 200 degrees. (or depending on your oven you can change the 


Saturday, December 20, 2014

Sunrise, sunrise looks like mornin' in your eyes...

Here I am. When it's time to be ready for a harsh winter, I get my film rolls
back to remember how it feels being under the sun. These images were taken in this
summer when we took a short distance road trip to Türker's hometown. Some of them
were taken in our house..

I can't wait to be on the roads again, but of course there are 'things to do' first.
On January, we'll have a flight to Barcelona for the second time (cause we like
this city so much) and even though it will be probably dark and cloudy I can't wait
to take more pics with my new camera and this analog one too.

Because I have a very short spare time to blog regularly, I decide to share more pics rather
than daily posts. Hope you'll like them. 
Enjoy the weekend!

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Sunset treats me well...

This year I'm always in between of something; cities, people, job-home, two different decisions...
So I'm hungry for a routine life again, but I know this is just a transition period. Besides I'm working
as a freelance publisher, we have to travel to another city every month for a construction field
(because Türker is an architect) and this gives me enough derangment and imbalance too...
But as I know that I should take an advantage of  this situation, I try to work during the days, and go
out, smell the sea and enjoy the sunsets in the afternoons.

Datça is very close to several Greek islands. There is something in the air of this city, which
pulls you into a different feeling that you want to keep writing, thinking and enjoying the nature as
possible as you can do.

Datça'da geçirilen günlerin özeti: gün batımı, bol oksijen, kafa doluluğu, toz, orman, İstanbul 
düşüncesi ve keşifler. 

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Wedding Part III: time to have fun!

Thank you to everyone who was involved in our wedding day! Even it was raining for a while, you
did your best to make our day very special :)

And if you want to watch, here is the VIDEO of our wedding day.

Cocktails&dinner catering by Elma Catering, Event design by Aisha Events, Make-
up by Melissa Chartan, Bridal bouquet by Kanukte Flower, Venue: Villa Riva Garden
DJ&music by our friend Mrt Seckin, Flowers by İrfan Çiçekçilik, Videograph&photographs by 

Bir süre yağmur yapmasına rağmen ellerinden geleni yaparak daima pozitif kalan ve bize en güzel
günümüzde eşlik eden tüm aile ve arkadaşlarımıza teşekkür ediyoruz!

Ayrıca izlemek isterseniz; BURADAN videomuzu da izleyebilirsiniz. 

Kokteyl&catering Elma Catering, Organizasyon Aisha Events, Makyaj Melissa 
Chartan, Gelin buketi Kanukte Flower, Mekan: Villa Riva Garden, DJ sevgili arkadaşımız Mrt 
Seckin, Çiçekler İrfan Çiçekçilik, Video&fotoğraf Düğme Film.

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