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This is not a playground but ...
This is not a playground but ...
Africa, Africa, Africa...
Day and night, peace be with you
Africa, Africa, Africa ...
Day and night, peace be with you
Africa, Africa, Africa... Day and night, peace be with you Africa, Africa, Africa ... Day and night, peace be with you
Happy Birthday Simla❤️
Happy Birthday Simla❤️
Bir başka yaz akşamından.. Fest ile yaptığımız 2007 İzlanda gezimizden.. Reykjavik’te en iyi restaurantlarından Apotheke’de Faruk Pekin ile derin bir sohbette bendeniz😉 #tbt
Bir başka yaz akşamından.. Fest ile yaptığımız 2007 İzlanda gezimizden.. Reykjavik’te en iyi restaurantlarından Apotheke’de Faruk Pekin ile derin bir sohbette bendeniz😉 #tbt 
1980 mutlu bir haziran akşamından bu fotoğraf.. Büyük ağabeyimin düğünü. Solda annem, Figen, Hikmet, Gülümser teyzem. #tbt
1980 mutlu bir haziran akşamından bu fotoğraf.. Büyük ağabeyimin düğünü. Solda annem, Figen, Hikmet, Gülümser teyzem. #tbt 
Karşıya bakış
Karşıya bakış
Apartmanda tüm çocuklar aşağı da oynuyor, kedi Duman bile bahçede, Lawrence bebek elinde sulama kabı çiçekleri suluyor ama ben evdeyim. Ev kedisi olmak ne zor miyaaaaaav👀🐈
Apartmanda tüm çocuklar aşağı da oynuyor, kedi Duman bile bahçede, Lawrence bebek elinde sulama kabı çiçekleri suluyor ama ben evdeyim. Ev kedisi olmak ne zor miyaaaaaav👀🐈
Varaha, (Sanskrit: “Boar”) third of the 10 incarnations (avatars) of the Hindu god Vishnu. When a demon named Hiranyaksha dragged the earth to the bottom of the sea, Vishnu took the form of a boar in order to rescue it. They fought for a thousand years. Then Varaha slew the demon and raised the earth out of the water with his tusks. The myth reflects an earlier creation legend of Prajapati (Brahma), who assumed the shape of a boar in order to lift the earth up out of the primeval waters.

In painting and sculpture, Varaha is represented either in full animal form or with the head of a boar and the body of a man. Completely zoomorphic sculptures show him as a colossal boar with the earth, personified as the dark-hued goddess Bhumidevi, clinging to one of his tusks. As half-human, half-animal, he is often shown standing with one leg bent supporting Bhumidevi, whose expression, according to Indian canons of representation, should express both shyness and joy.
Varaha, (Sanskrit: “Boar”) third of the 10 incarnations (avatars) of the Hindu god Vishnu. When a demon named Hiranyaksha dragged the earth to the bottom of the sea, Vishnu took the form of a boar in order to rescue it. They fought for a thousand years. Then Varaha slew the demon and raised the earth out of the water with his tusks. The myth reflects an earlier creation legend of Prajapati (Brahma), who assumed the shape of a boar in order to lift the earth up out of the primeval waters. In painting and sculpture, Varaha is represented either in full animal form or with the head of a boar and the body of a man. Completely zoomorphic sculptures show him as a colossal boar with the earth, personified as the dark-hued goddess Bhumidevi, clinging to one of his tusks. As half-human, half-animal, he is often shown standing with one leg bent supporting Bhumidevi, whose expression, according to Indian canons of representation, should express both shyness and joy.
Bir İkea eğlencesinin de sonuna gelmişim.. sıcaktan delirmişim😂
Bir İkea eğlencesinin de sonuna gelmişim.. sıcaktan delirmişim😂
Onu bunu bilmem ben hıyarı köpeğe yedirmem yaz gelince cin toniğime katarım😂
Onu bunu bilmem ben hıyarı köpeğe yedirmem yaz gelince cin toniğime katarım😂
Deneme 1,2
Deneme 1,2
Viva Mexico!
Viva Mexico!
One night in Manek Chowk
One night in Manek Chowk
Dondurmaccı
Dondurmaccı