In many poems and works of literature, Istanbul is known for its seven hills. Çamlica is the tallest of the seven with an altitude of 288 meters (945 ft.)
This weekend I went to Çamlica hill and took several sunset photography. Çamlıca is among the places travellers must see because it provides view of the whole Bosphorus.
A few shot from Maiden’s Tower or Tour de Leandros or Kız Kulesi (this is how it’s called in Turkish.) sits on a small islet located in the Bosphorus strait off the coast of Üsküdar in Istanbul, Turkey.
A closer look at the tower and the clouds.
The second brighter object in the last picture is Galata Tower.
Here are some photos from the Haydarpaşa Lighthouse taken at different times;
This one were taken at bright sun ligt with bw nd110 (1000x) neutral density filter;
This one was taken at sunset;
And here is the last one just different composition;