Monday, April 15

Turkish Photographer Captures Amazingly Beautiful Eyes of Istanbul

There is a popular saying by Paulo Coelho, “The eyes are the mirror of the soul and reflect everything that seems to be hidden; and like a mirror, they also reflect the person looking into them.” All of us can relate to this statement undoubtedly. That is why we generally say that eyes can talk. Now, let us look into some talking eyes to see their souls.

Abdullah Aydemir is a Turkish photographer based in Istanbul. He believes the above saying enormously and loves to look into the souls of children through their eyes. He loves to walk on the streets of Istanbul and capture the exceptional beauty of the children he meets on the streets. Below are some of the amazing photographs he has captured like that.

Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir

All his instant models have had coloured irises and they are hypnotically beautiful & bright. And they definitely reflect their genuine, pure and unpolluted souls. Visit the photographers Instagram account for more beautiful images like this. While most of his photographs are child portraits, you can find some adult portraits in there too.

Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
(c) Abdullah Aydemir

The photographer has used a tight frame to drive the attention of the viewer to these beautiful eyes. We can all agree that he is quite successful in that attempt because the first thing we notice is their eyes and we can’t take our eyes out from them. Scroll down to enjoy the rest of the images. Make sure you share your thoughts on these wonderful photographs in the comments section.

Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
(c) Abdullah Aydemir
Eyes of Istanbul
(c) Abdullah Aydemir

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