20/01/2010

The Khan el-Khalili bazaar, Cairo, Egypt part 1.

The Khan el-Khalili bazaar, Cairo, Egypt part 1. just buildings, doors...
I have a zillion more pictures...okay not a zillion but at least 2 more parts to post later!







































Your first visit here?
You might think why the hell I've put those annoying watermarks on top of the pictures. Because an online news site misused one of my pictures
+ people are downloading my pictures without saying a word.
Now they get them with my signiture on.

If you're interested to get any of my pictures without watermarks please ask! Very simple! :)
email: toblogitse at gmail.com

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19 comments:

  1. Värikästä elämää ja historiaa maanläheisissä sävyissä. Murrettua väriskaalaa, nam! En aio nyt noita pariovikaan kuitenkaan syödä, vaikka herkullisen väriset ovatkin. Ei ihme, että sulla siellä kuvia pari ziljoonaa näistä, ovat hianoja!
    Odottelen lisää : )

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  2. Basaareissa on aina kiintoisaa käydä,hienoja kuvia ja kuten Tarukin tuossa mainitsi,hienot värit kuvauskohteissasi (paitsi siinä roskakuvassa;-) Onko sulla kuvia myös sisäpuolelta`?
    Nice pictures, and I understand why you put those watermarks on!

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  3. More exquisite pictures!!! really lovely detail!!!
    Gena @ Thinking Aloud
    a photoblog
    South Africa

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  4. I love love these pictures. So much detail!

    As for the watermark,... so necessary to claim your work.

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  5. Where have all the (annoying) traders gone....

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  6. bellas fotos ,lo de descargar sin avisar a mi tambien me pasa, poco respeto por la obra de los otros, saludos

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  7. Upeita kuvia kivoista kulmista, kannattaakin vesileimata.

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  8. TARU
    Juu ei ovia kannata syoda, jais viela tikkuja hampaiden valiin! LOL!

    YAELIAN
    ei ole ovien sisapuolelta...meita oli 3 ja mina jain jatkuvasti kokkimaan kameran kanssa johonkin - oli pakko jattaa jotain valiinkin... :)

    GENA
    You're quick! Nice to see you here (too)! :)

    SUSU
    I couldn't go there alone! I'd get lost in 10 minutes!

    EMMA
    and your babies are so cuuuuuute :)

    WHITESOCKGIRL
    I've always liked Arabic style...somehow my eyes likes the patterns...

    ALLU
    We were there quite early so they were not bad at all! Mainly friendly and not at all pushy...Plus we were only 3 people. Huge tourist groups are different thing...


    MANUEL
    oh no, mierda. Perdoname! Supongo que no muy a menudo?

    SIROKKO
    Mina kyykin ja ryominkin, kiipeilen ja roikun kameran kanssa (harvemmin kyllakin!)

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  9. I saw that market and those gorgeous old buildings from the bus when driving by.
    So sad to see all the decay and trash :(
    Boy, Egyptians and humans will never learn :(

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  10. Tuolla basaarissa olen kerran kuljeskellut, ilman paikallista opasta - mutta en yksin. Tuli ostettua mauste jos toinenkin. Joa sità ns. saframia, eli kurkumaapa tietenkin. Kuvia en ottanut, joten odotan lisàà sinun kuviasi, vaikka merkattuinakin. Minua ei haittaa.

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  11. I would so love to visit Egypt! I can't believe someone stole your pictures - how did you find out?

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  12. Jännän eksoottista näin suomisilmin. Vaikka olenkin matkustellut aika paljon, niin Egyptissä en ole käynyt. Kuuluu kyllä "tonne haluan" -listalle :D Mutta siksi tykkäänkin katsoa kuvia, niin saa edes vähän tuntumaa.

    Minua nuo vesileimat kuvissasi eivät häiritse. Kaiken oleellisen näkee, vaikka ne ovatkin siinä. Luvattomille kuvanlaatajille näytän pitkää nenää ;)

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  13. Terve, Marhaba, YASOU in Greek! Stunning pictures indeed. Great post!

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  14. Incredible architecture!! I can see the resemblance with some old Spanish buildings and then details that made it across the pond, too. Interesting!
    It must be an amazing experience to live there. Not all good, I suppose, but still...
    Do you speak some Arabic?
    Cheers!

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  15. Beautiful photos! I would love to just jump into your world. Can I bring my camera along with me? My favorite photos are the ones of the heavy wooden doors. Absolutely amazing!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog the other day. I'm sorry it's taken a while to return the favor. Have a great weekend!

    Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud
    @TweetingMama

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  16. thank you for the comment on my blog. yes i have visited you before, and your experience has made me rethink my opinions...
    off to design a watermark.

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  17. What gorgeous photos. Such a rich history those doors hold I'm sure!

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