Waiting for the call (1)

Waiting for the call (1)

Waiting for the call (1)


Dogubeyazit (Turkey 2012). It was the woolly hat that caught my attention. Like so many other old men in southeastern Turkey, this friendly guy was sitting in front of one of the many tea houses, watching the hours float by, while waiting for the next call to prayer. He confirmed that the hat was comfortable and warm.

Taken on: 4th November, 2012. Copyright: All Rights Reserved - See Guido Dingemans's page of Flickr

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