photo collections

Photos in d30-33 volume

 

blue-mosque-arch / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles, viewed through brick archway

blue-mosque-gate / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles, viewed through gate

blue-mosque-entrance / Entrance to Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

blue-mosque-courtyard / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

blue-mosque-dome / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

blue-mosque-side / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

blue-mosque-faucets / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles, faucets and benches used for washing

blue-mosque-columns / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

santa-sofia / Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

ayasofya / Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-vestibule / Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-chandelier / Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-cat-napping-1 / Cat napping in Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-cat-napping-2 / Cat napping in Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-ceiling / Ceiling of Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-scaffolding-1 / Scaffolding touching ceiling of Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built by Justinian I as a cathedral in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-scaffolding-2 / Scaffolding touching ceiling of Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built by Justinian I as a cathedral in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-windows-1 / Light streaming into Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-windows-2 / Light streaming into Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-light-1 / Light streaming into Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-ayasofya-light-2 / Light streaming into Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

hagia-sofia-side / Hagia Sofia (Santa Sofia), also called Ayasofya, built as a cathedral by Justinian I in the sixth century and turned into a mosque during the Ottoman Period

underground-cistern-medusa-head / Medusa head in Istanbul's Underground Cistern, also called Yerebatan Sarayý (Sunken Palace), constructed in fourth century and located in Sultanahmet near Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque

underground-cistern-istanbul-1 / Light-outlined columns in Istanbul's Underground Cistern, also called Yerebatan Sarayý (Sunken Palace), constructed in fourth century and located in Sultanahmet near Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque

underground-cistern-istanbul-2 / Light-outlined columns in Istanbul's Underground Cistern, also called Yerebatan Sarayý (Sunken Palace), constructed in fourth century and located in Sultanahmet near Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque

underground-cistern-istanbul-3 / Light-outlined columns in Istanbul's Underground Cistern, also called Yerebatan Sarayý (Sunken Palace), constructed in fourth century and located in Sultanahmet near Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque

underground-cistern-istanbul-4 / Light-outlined columns in Istanbul's Underground Cistern, also called Yerebatan Sarayý (Sunken Palace), constructed in fourth century and located in Sultanahmet near Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque

tomb-of-the-sultans / Sultans' Tomb in Istanbul

grand-bazaar-istanbul / Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, home to far more rug merchants than you expect

istanbul-fishermen-1 / Fisherman cheek-to-cheek on bridge in downtown Istanbul

istanbul-fishermen-2 / Fisherman cheek-to-cheek on bridge in downtown Istanbul

kybele-hotel-istanbul / Kybele Hotel, a friendly place in Istanbul's Sultanahmet

topkapi-palace-gate / Bab-us Selam (Gate of Salutations) at Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-harem / Harem complex in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-ceiling / Harem complex in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-bath / Harem complex in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-harem-1 / Harem complex in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-harem-2 / Harem complex in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-enderun-library / Library of Ahmed III (also called Enderun Library) in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

enderun-library-view / View from Library of Ahmed III (also called Enderun Library) in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

topkapi-palace-bosporus / Harem complex in Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, built in the 15th century and seat of the Ottoman Empire

istanbul-bosphorus-ferry / Ferry plying the Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

istanbul-bosphorus-detail / One of many mansions and museums lining the west bank of the Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

bosphorus-suspension-bridge-1 / One of two suspension bridges, with a third due to be completed by 2005, crossing the Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

bosphorus-suspension-bridge-2 / One of two suspension bridges, with a third due to be completed by 2005, crossing the Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

bosphorus-strait-homes / Homes lining the Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

bosphorus-strait-tower / Tower along Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

leander-tower / Leander's Tower, Tower along Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

turkish-sahil-guvenlik / Turkish coast guard boat Sahil Guvenlik patrolling the Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

bosphorus-strait-shops / Shops along Bosphorus Strait (once called the Hellespont, also spelled Bosporus), which divides Europe and Asia

blue-mosque / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

blue-mosque-at-night / Istanbul's Blue Mosque, built by Sultan Ahmet I during the 1600s and named for its blue ceramic tiles

 

Declan McCullagh is a photographer who lives and works in San Francisco, California. His photographs are available for licensing and for purchase as signed custom prints.

Photographs and text are copyright © 1989-2007 by Declan McCullagh. All rights reserved. Privacy policy. General licensing information.

Valid CSS!