4/30/2007

New York Public Library Photos - New York Halk Kutuphanesi resimleri

New York Public Library
Humanities and Social Sciences Library

Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street
(212) 930-0830

From Wikipedia's website:

The famous lions guarding the entrance were sculpted by Edward Clark Potter. They were originally named Leo Astor and Leo Lenox, in honor of the library's founders. These names were transformed into Lord Astor and Lady Lenox (although both lions are male). In the 1930s they were nicknamed "Patience" and "Fortitude" by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia. He chose these names because he felt that the citizens of New York would need to possess these qualities to see themselves through the Great Depression. Patience is on the south side (the left as one faces the main entrance) and Fortitude on the north.

New York Public Library Photos - New York Halk Kutuphanesi resimleri

From Wikipedia's website:

In the late nineteenth century, New York City had two reference libraries open to the public: the Astor Library, founded by a $400,000 bequest of John Jacob Astor (17631848), which had opened in 1849, and the Lenox Library, founded by James Lenox (18001880), a book collector, which stood on the Fifth Avenue site now occupied by the Frick Collection.

In 1886, Samuel J. Tilden (18141886) made a bequest of about $2.4 million to establish a library in New York City.

John Bigelow (18171911), a New York attorney, was a trustee of the Tilden will, and formulated a plan to combine the resources of the financially-strapped Astor and Lenox libraries with the Tilden bequest to form "The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations". This entity came into being as a private foundation on May 23, 1895.

The library consolidated with The New York Free Circulating Library in February, 1901, and Andrew Carnegie donated $5.2 million to construct branch libraries, with the proviso that the City of New York fund their maintenance and operations. The New York Public Library is thus a partnership of city government with private philanthropy.



New York Public Library Photos - New York Halk Kutuphanesi resimleri


The New York Public Library
42nd Street and Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10018

4/26/2007

Tribeca Film Festival


Did you buy your tickets?
Stop by @ Tribeca Film Festival's website and check out the list and buy your tickets. Hurry up!

Hanami: Celebrating the 26th Annual Sakura Matsuri and the Cherry Blossom Festival




MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEKEND:
Hanami: Celebrating the 26th Annual Sakura Matsuri and the Cherry Blossom Festival

Brooklyn Botanic Garden
1000 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
718.623.7200


Public Transportation
Subway:The B or Q train to Prospect Park station. (The B train does not run on weekends.) The 2 or 3 train to Eastern Parkway.

By Car
From the Brooklyn Bridge:
Continue straight ahead 6 traffic lights; turn left onto Atlantic Avenue; drive 1 mile and turn right onto Flatbush Avenue; continue to arch at Grand Army Plaza; proceed around traffic circle to Eastern Parkway (library on right); drive 1 block and turn right onto Washington Avenue (Brooklyn Museum on corner).


From Manhattan Bridge:
Continue straight ahead onto Flatbush Avenue; then see directions under Brooklyn Bridge.

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge:
Continue straight ahead to Route 278; exit at 38th Street; turn left onto Fourth Avenue; go 42 blocks and turn right onto Union Street; continue to arch at Grand Army Plaza; then see directions under Brooklyn Bridge.

Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE):
Exit at Kent Avenue; follow service road (Park Avenue) alongside and then under the expressway five blocks; turn left onto Washington Avenue and continue for 1-3/4 miles.

Jackie Robinson Parkway:
Exit at Bushwick Avenue; turn left at third traffic light onto Eastern Parkway; go 3 miles and turn left onto Washington Avenue (Brooklyn Museum on corner).

Visitor Price
Adults $8.00
Seniors (65 and over) $4.00
Students 12+ with valid IDs $4.00
Children under 12 Free

4/22/2007

Downtown New York

Simdi size kucuk bir sir verecegim. Ne zaman moralim bozuk olsa da, ya da keyfim kacsa (genelde sinav zamanlarina denk gelir) , gittigim tek adres resimlerini gordugunuz yer, nami diger Robert Wagner Park. Oraya ne zaman gitsem hem moralim yerine gelir, hem de uzerimdeki sikintilari orada birakir, keyifle evime donerim. Eger yolunuz buralardan geciyorsa, gidin, gezin, gorun, anlatin bakalim siz de ne etkiler yapmis.

Ok here is a little secret.. Everytime I feel down & depressed (usually during the exams week) there is only one place in New York that cheers me up and change my mood. If you promise not to tell others, here is the address, go check it out and tell me what you think:

Directions: Battery PlaceNew York, NY 10280

Subway:

4/5 to Bowling Green, walk west along Battery Place.

W/R to Whitehall Street, walk west along Battery Place.1 to South Ferry, walk north along Battery Park/State Street, turn left and walk west on Battery Place.

J/M/Z to Broad Street, walk one block west to Broadway, and then south to the corner of Battery Place and Bowling Green. Walk west on Battery Place.

4/21/2007

Dowtown New York

Downtown New York

27th Annual New York International Orchid Show April 18th – 22nd


Rockefeller Center will once again become the home to the world-famous 27th Annual New York International Orchid Show. Guests will have the rare opportunity to see international exhibitors from Asia, Europe, the United Kingdom and North and South America, thousands of orchids and one-of-a-kind exhibits. Approximately 50,000 to 75,000 orchids will be on display and for sale by commercial growers from around the world. Orchid prints, books, jewelry, gifts and supplies will also be available.

Nearest Subways to Rockefeller Center: F, B, B or Q trains to 47-50 Streets-Rockefeller Center stop; 6 to 51st Street; 1 or 9 to 50th Street. See
Rockefeller Center Cross Streets: From 5th to 7th avenues between 47th and 50th Streets. See Rockefeller Center Map.

4/19/2007

Can Yucel'in "Eger" siiri - "If" poem by Can Yucel

Eğer

O kadar da önemli değildir bırakıp gitmeler,
arkalarında doldurulması
mümkün olmayan boşluklar bırakılmasaydı eğer.

Dayanılması o kadar da zor değildir, büyük ayrılıklar bile,
en güzel yerde başlatılsaydı eğer.

Utanılacak bir şey değildir ağlamak,
yürekten süzülüp geliyorsa gözyaşı eğer.

Yüz kızartıcı bir suç değildir hırsızlık,
çalınan birinin kalbiyse eğer.

Korkulacak bir yanı yoktur aşkların,
insan bütün derilerden soyunabilseydi eğer.

O kadar da yürek burkmazdı alışılmış bir ses,
hiçbir zaman duyulmasaydı eğer.

Daha çabuk unuturdu belki su sızdırmayan sarılmalar,
kara sevdayla sarıp sarmalanmasalardı eğer.

Belirsizliğe yelken açardı iri ela gözler zamanla,
öylesine delice bakmasalardı eğer.

Çabuk unutulurdu ıslak bir öpücüğün yakıcı tadı belki de
kalp, göğüs kafesine o kadar yüklenmeseydi eğer.

Yerini başka şeyler alabilirdi uzun gece sohbetlerinin,
son sigara yudum yudum paylaşılmasaydı eğer.

Düşlere bile kar yağmazdı hiçbir zaman,
meydan savaşlarında korkular, aşkı ağır yaralamasaydı eğer.

Su gibi akıp geçerdi hiç geçmeyecekmiş gibi duran zaman,
beklemeye değecek olan gelecekse sonunda eğer.

Rengi bile solardı düşlerdeki saçların zamanla,
tanımsız kokuları yastıklara yapışıp kalmasaydı eğer.

O büyük, o görkemli son, ölüm bile anlamını yitirirdi,
yaşanılası her şey yasanmış olsaydı eğer.

O kadar da çekilmez olmazdı yalnızlıklar,
son umut ışığı da sönmemiş olsaydı eğer.

Bu kadar da ısıtmazdı belki de bahar güneşleri,
her kaybedişin ardından hayat yeniden başlamasaydı eğer.

Kahvaltıdan da önce sigaraya sarılmak şart olmazdı belki de,
dev bir özlem dalgası meydan okumasaydı eğer.

Anılarda kalırdı belki de zamanla ince bel,
namussuz çay bile ince belli bardaktan verilmeseydi eğer.

Uykusuzluklar yıkıp geçmezdi, kısacık kestirmelerin ardından,
dokunulası ipek ten bir o kadar uzakta olmasaydı eğer.

İssiz bir yuva bile cennete dönüşebilirdi belki de,
sıcak bir gülüşle ısıtılsaydı eğer.

Yoksul düşmezdi yıllanmış şarap tadındaki şiirler böylesine,
kulağına okunacak biri olsaydı eğer.

İnanmak mümkün olmazdı her aşkın bağrında bir ayrılık gizlendiğine belki de,
kartvizitinde 'onca ayrılığın birinci dereceden failidir' denmeseydi eğer.

Gerçekten boynunu bükmezdi papatyalar,
ihanetinden onlar da payını almasaydı eğer.

Issızlığa teslim olmazdı sahiller,
Kendi belirsiz sahillerinde amaçsız gezintilerle avunmaya kalkmamış olsaydın eğer.

Sen gittikten sonra yalnız kalacağım.
yalnız kalmaktan korkmuyorum da,
ya canım ellerini tutmak isterse...

Evet Sevgili,
Kim özlerdi avuç içlerinin ter kokusunu,
kim uzanmak isterdi ince parmaklarına,
mazilerinde görkemli bir yaşanmışlığa tanıklık etmiş olmasalardı eğer!!


If
It is not that important to leave and go
if it didn't leave gaps behind
that are impossible to fill.

Even the big separations are not that hard to endure,
if they were started at the best moment.

Crying is not something to be ashamed of,
if the tears are coming from the heart.

Stealing is not disgraceful,
if it is the heart of somebody that is stolen.

Love has nothing to be afraid of,
if one could get rid of all skins.

A known voice would not make one so upset,
if it was never heard.

The leakproof embraces would perhaps be forgotten more easily,
if they were not wrapped with passionate love.

The big hazel eyes would head to uncertainty as time passes,
if they didn't look so crazy.

It would perhaps be easy to forget the burning taste of a wet kiss,
if the heart did not press on the rib cage that hard.

The long night conversations could be replaced by something else,
if the last cigarette was not shared breath by breath.

It wouldn't snow even on the dreams,
if the fears had not wounded love in the battles.

Time, still as if it will never pass, would fly like an arrow,
if the one that's worth waiting for would come at the end.

Even the color of the hair in the dreams would fade away with time,
if their inexpressible smell had not stuck on the pillows.

Even that huge, that splendid end, death, would lose its meaning,
If everything worth living was already lived.

Loneliness would not be that unbearable,
If the final glimmer of hope had not faded away.

The spring sun perhaps would not heat this much,
if life did not start again after every loss.

It would perhaps not be necessary to smoke before breakfast,
if a giant wave of longing did not challenge.

Maybe the thin waist would remain in memories,
if even the shameless tea was not given in a thin-waisted glass.

Sleeplessness would not ruin that badly right after short naps,
if the silk skin to touch was not that far away.

Even a jobless home could turn to paradise maybe,
if it was heated by a warm smile.

Poems with the taste of aged wine would not feel as poor,
if there was someone to whisper them to.

It would perhaps not be possible to believe that every love hides a separation deep inside,
if it did not have on its calling card the label 'first degree perpetrator of so many separations'.

Daisies would not really look down,
if they did not have their shares from your betrayal.

Coasts would not surrender to solitude,
if you did not try to console yourself with aimless strolls on your own faint coasts.

I will be alone after you go.
and I am not afraid of being alone,
but what if I want to hold your hands...

Yes sweetheart,
Who would miss the smell of the sweat inside your palms,
who would want to lie along your thin fingers,
if these eyes had not witnessed a splendid period in their past!!

TURKISH RESTAURANTS IN MANHATTAN - MANHATTAN'DAKI TURK LOKANTALARI

TURKISH RESTAURANTS IN MANHATTAN

MANHATTAN’DAKİ TÜRK RESTORANLARI

Akdeniz 19 W 46th St, NY 10036 212-575-2307

Ali Baba 212 E 34 St, NY 10016 212-683-9206

Antique Garage 41 Mercer St, NY 10013 212-219-1019

Bereket 187 E Houston St, NY 10002 212-475-7700

Beyoglu 1431 3rd Ave, NY 10028 212-650-0850

Dalga Seafood Grill 401 E 62nd St, NY 10021 212-813-1790

Dervish 146 W 47th St, NY 10036 212-997-0070

Istanbul Grill 310 W 14th St, NY 10014 212-463-8626

Kebab House 2 144 Orchard St, NY 10002 212-477-5200

Maia 98 Avenue B, NY 10009 212-358-1166

Pasha 70 W 71st St, NY 10023 212-579-8751

Pera 303 Madison Ave (Cross Street: 41st Street) 212- 878-6301

Peri Ela1361 Lexington Ave (90th & 91st) NY 10128 212-410-4300

Sahara's 513 2nd Ave, NY 10016 212-532-7589

Sip Sak 928 2nd Ave, NY 10017 212-583-1900

Taksim 1030 2nd Ave, NY 10022 212-421-3004

The Country Kebab 76 Fulton St, NY 10038 212-349-4290

The Sultan 1435 2nd Ave, NY 10021 212-861-0200

Troy 539 9th Ave, NY 10018 212-465-0888

Turkish Cuisine 631 9th Ave, NY 10036 212-397-9650

TurkishKitchen 386 3rd Ave, NY 10016 212-679-6633

Turkuaz 2637 Broadway, NY 10025 212-665-9541

Uskudar 1405 2nd Ave., NY 10021 212-988-2641

Zeytin 519 Columbus Ave, NY 10024 212-579-1145

Zeytuna 59 Maiden Lane, NY 10038 212-742-2436

4/16/2007

Ozur

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Bir sure sizden gelen mesajlara uzulerek cevap veremeyecegimi bilmenizi isterim. Sadece daha onceden hazirladigim resimleri koyabilecegim; cunku hem is , hem de okul dehset yogun ve elimi attigim hersey ters gidiyor. Sam Amca vergi beyannameleri isterken, okuldaki professorlar cildirip hem her hafta bir proje hazirlayip, hem de sinavlara girmemizi istiyorlar. Hayirlisi diyelim.

Saglicakla kalin.
New York Muhtari

Mark Your Calendar - Mayfest 2007


Gültekin Çizgen Exhibition of Illustrations

Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 1, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

May 1 - May 14, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

The Gallery at The Marmara-Manhattan


301 East 94th Street (at Second Avenue)New York, NY 10128

Ebru: Reflections of Cultural Diversity

A Photography Exhibition by Attila Durak

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 3, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

May 3 – June 2 (Friday through Sunday), 1:00 pm-6:00 pm and by appointment


Soho Photo Gallery

15 White Street(Between Sixth Ave & West Broadway)NY, NY 10013

Metin Uca One-Man Show

Saturday, May 5, 8:00 pm

Tickets: $20, $18 (Moon and Stars Project Members)

The Lighthouse TheaterLighthouse International Headquarters, The Sol and Lillian Goldman Building

111 East 59th Street (Between Lexington & Park Ave)New York, NY 10022
For tickets and additional information please call (212) 229-1207 or visit www.moonandstarsproject.org.

Mark Your Calendar - Mayfest 2007

Antigone featuring Zishan Ugurlu

Thursday, May 17 and Friday, May 18, 10 pm

Tickets: $15

LaMaMa E.T.C. 74A East 4th Street

(Between Bowery and Second Avenue) New York, NY 10003


A Panel of Experts: "Turkish Literature & Culture in Translation, Remembering Rumi”

Tuesday, May 8, 7:00 pm

The Bowery Poetry Club

308 Bowery Avenue(Between Bleecker & Houston)New York, NY 10012

Anatolian Scenes from Yalçin Gökçebag’s Palette

Opening Reception: Friday, May 11, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

May 11 - June 15, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

(Please RSVP at tcbkny@broadviewnet.net for opening reception)

Turkish Center821 United Nations Plaza, First FloorNew York, NY 10017


Selim Sesler in Concert with Guest Star Brenna MacCrimmon

Saturday, May 12, 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm

Tickets: $30

Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater

425 Lafayette Street(Between East 4th Street and Astor Place)New York, NY 10003


GAIN Series: An Exhibition of Paintings by Soner Ön

Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 15, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

May 15 – May 29, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

The Gallery at The Marmara Manhattan

301 East 94th Street (at Second Avenue) New York, NY 10128

For tickets and additional information please call (212) 229-1207 or visit www.moonandstarsproject.org.


4/15/2007

H & M ......... M by Madonna

Address : 640 5th Ave & 51st Street ,New York 10019

Phone +1-212 489 0390

Opening hours Mon - Sat 10:00 - 21:00 Sun 11:00 - 20:00





MADONNA AND H&M LAUNCH NEW FASHION LINE

- 'M by Madonna' Collection debuts in stores March 2007

H&M the international retail giant and their head of design Margareta van den Bosch have teamed up with Madonna to create a line of clothing and accessories that are scheduled to arrive in all stores carrying the women’s wear collection, around the world in March 2007, it was announced today.

The 'M by Madonna' fashion line will reflect Madonna's timeless, unique and always glamorous style. A long standing cultural icon whose enormous global influence on how people dress and look is without equal, Madonna worked hand in hand with Margareta van den Bosch to create a wardrobe of clothing and accessories that represent her own personal and modern spin on her very own wardrobe staples.

'Madonna has an impressive feel for fashion and trends. She was extraordinarily style conscious, passionate and was involved in even the smallest details of every design. There is no doubt that Madonna's influence is reflected by the 'M by Madonna' line', stated Margareta van den Bosch regarding the collaboration.

'I've made no secret of my love of fashion over the years. Working with Margareta and H&M was an exciting and new creative challenge for me. I'm really happy with the results and look forward to wearing 'M by Madonna' along with the rest of the world', concluded Madonna.

Madonna, the multi-Grammy winning singer, video visionary, children’s book author, human rights activist and cultural phenomenon just completed the most successful concert tour of any female artist in music history. Her most recent cd Confessions On A Dance Floor debuted at No. 1 in 29 countries.

Founded in Sweden in l947, H&M which has over 1,300 stores in 24 countries is synonymous around the world with affordable, up to date and high quality fashion. The company’s collections are created by their own designers.

4/13/2007

Call for Vintage Lovers - Mark Your Calendar for Apr 14



Featuring $20 all-you-can -stuff bags of clothing!
Only at our Long Island City Warehouse at 48-49 35th ST, LIC, NY on Saturday April 14th from 10am–4pm.
Any furniture sold must be taken by 4pm.
All bags to be provided by Housing Works.
7 train to 33rd St.
* Any furniture sold must be taken with you before the end of business the day of.

** The $20 bags will be provided, you may not bring your own bag

Call 718.786.6160 for more information

4/12/2007

Tonight : EXHIBITION: BEND AND BREAK IN SILENCENew work by ESMA PAÇAL TURAM and KARINA WISNIEWSKA

Sevgili Zeynep, bana bu sergi haberini verdi. Muhtariniz olarak ben de sizlerle paylasmak istedim. Gidelim, gorelim, turk sanatcilarin New York'taki sergisine konuk olalim.
Please join us for:

EXHIBITION: BEND AND BREAK IN SILENCENew work by ESMA PAÇAL TURAM and KARINA WISNIEWSKA

DATES:April 12--May 26, 2007

RECEPTION:Thursday, April 12, 6 - 8pm

Sara Tecchia Roma New York is proud to present BEND AND BREAK IN SILENCE, a two-person show juxtaposing the work of sculptor ESMA PAÇAL TURAM and paintings by KARINA WISNIEWSKA.

Based in Istanbul, Turam is known for paper sculptures representing her fascination with communication between different people. Crowds and individuals alike populate her works.Also presented here are new pieces made with silicone, used to create jellyfish-like domes."I always liked watching the raindrops come together and flow down a window," she explains, "a meditative and peaceful movement. With this in mind, I started working with silicone in 1994. The silicone works almost like a pencil for me, but the outcome is transparent, flexible. It shimmers like crystal or glass; it is light in weight, like paper. I was looking for a lace type of effect for the curtain, to be able to look at it from both sides. Silicone just clicked in as the right material for the work.

"While the paper works focus on the crowd, her silicone works present an emphasis on individuality. The dome, representing a metaphorical "temple" is the focus of the individuals who come together and create the crowd (a belief, a hope or even a fear which brings them together). The theme of the crowd becomes louder in this project.
A musician as well, Wisniewska works with acrylic lacquer and quartz sand, to create paintings that appear as if they were made of cloth. Many are based on scores by the likes of John Cage and Debussy. Ian Findlay in Asian Art News states:

"There is a feeling of fragility about much of Wisniewska's art which, in turn, through her strong single colors, suggests a degree of melancholy, aloneness, and loss. The sheer quality of her art has that unique quality of timelessness to it that helps one to retain the images in the mind to be viewed there again and again."Here she premieres the Seeds of Contemplation series. Seeds of Contemplation is a composition by Toshio Hosokawa, a Japanese composer and heir of John Cage. But more than the music itself, Wisniewska was inspired by the thoughts behind this piece, thoughts of Zen:
"Every moment and event in our life plants something in our souls. The wind brings innumerable seeds. Most of them are lost because we are not able, not ready, not open enough to receive them. The seeds that do spring up produce branches and roots to all sides and can become gigantic trees.

"That's the idea behind--nothing esoteric or religious. I am thinking of small patterns, small cells, developing to something larger, bigger, developing like the seeds to all sides. Always trying to keep the perfection/beauty that lies in every original cell and microcosmos as long as possible in a growing field. Also without losing the fragility, that turns more and more in a kind of strong net.

"SARA TECCHIA ROMA NEW YORK is located at 529 West 20th Street, between Tenth Avenue and Eleventh Avenue. The gallery is on the second floor.

Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm.

For more information, contact 212-741-2900, or visit http://www.saratecchia.com/

4/10/2007

Soru & Cevap


Sevgili Hande once bana pideler hediye etmis ama sonra hayatta hic birsey bedava degildir diyerek, bu sorulari cevaplamami istemis. :-))

Ben cok sevdim bir oyunu ama kurallari nedir, tam bilmiyorum. Simdi benim de mi sobelemem lazim birilerini?
1.1. Daha Önce Yaşadığınız 3 Şehir ?
Istanbul, Washington D.C. , New York

1.2. Tatil İçin Gittiğiniz, Gördüğünüz ve Önerdiğiniz 3 yer ?
Tayland (Chiang Mai) , Cekoslavakya (Prag), Almanya (Berlin)

1.3. Gormek İstediğiniz 3 şehir?
Kuba (Havana), Bolivia (La Paz), Turkiye (Antalya)

2.1. Şu Andaki Mesleğiniz nedir?
Muhasebe

2.2. Dünyaya Yeniden Gelseydiniz Hangi Mesleği Yapmak İsterdiniz?
Bir koy okulunda ogretmen olmak isterdim.

2.3. Kesinlikle Yapamazdım Dediğiniz Meslek?
Sekreterlik

3.1. Yaşam felsefenizi oluşturan sözlerden biri?
If there is a will, there is a way.
Birseyi yapmak icin isteginiz varsa, o isi yapmanin yolu da vardir.

3.2. Bir Kitaptan Alınma Çok Sevdiğiniz Bölüm, Paragraf yada Kısım?
The cursor on my computer screen pulses impatiently, and the red voice mail light on my phone flashes. My stomach growls and my head throbs. But I can't call my husband. Because, here's the thing: I am a widow.

Gecen yil okudugum bir kitaptan bir alinti bu.
Yazar:Lolly Winston
Kitap: "Good Grief"
Esinin olumunden sonra yasadiklarini anlatan cok guzel bir kitap, kitabi okurken kimi zaman guldum, kimi zaman agladim hungur hungur, ye benim sevdiklerime bir sey olursa diye, hep icim pir pirdi.

Kitabin ilk bolumunden alinti okumak isterseniz tik tik

3.3. Çok Sevdiğiniz Bİr Şiirin Bir Parçası?
Niceleri geldi, neler istediler?
Sonunda dünyayı bırakıp gittiler.
Sen hiç gitmeyecek gibisin değil mi?
O gidenler de hep senin gibiydiler !
Bir bilim kalmadı evrende, benim bilmediğim.
Sana değin nice bin sırrı çözüp silkeledim.
Yaşadım yetmişi aşkın yılı, en sonra gelip,
Daha hiçbir şeyi öğrenmemişim; öğrendim.

Hayyam

Hande'cigim cok tesekkurler.

2007 Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival Photos in New York City