The Sunday before GUADEC, I went to visit a few of the must-see places in Sultanahmet in Istanbul.

This was at Haghia Sophia, a cathedral from the 6th century, turned into a mosque in the 15th century. During the day it is crowded by a lot of visitors:

Shot at 50mm, 1/80, f/1.8, ISO 200. - Istanbul, Turkey - July 6th 2008

For the little story, I think I got that shot because I saw that Czech photographer, with whom I was talking earlier, using a Leica M8, pointing into that direction.

These pictures brought to you by the idiots at the ISP techsupport that don't read infrastructure tickets and instead try to be the wizard.... and mess up[1]. Yes I was offline, I didn't get distracted too much.


[1] this wording is very weak