Olay Seven was born in 1977, He has 23 years of advertising life. During these 23 years, he worked as Art Director and Creative Director in agencies like MedinaTurgul DDB, LeoBurnett, Bozell. In 2008, He founded Sevenplus Advertising Agency. While his advertising adventure continues, photography has always been one of the main parts of it. In 2013, with Instagram, photography took a bigger place in his life.
The unique Saguaro National Park with its legendary cacti, gila monster, rattlesnakes and vultures.
Today I will tell you about Race Track, one of the least known places in America and a place where very few Turks go. Race Track, originally inside Death Valley is famous for its floating rocks known as the “Sailing Stone”. This mystery, which started in the 1940s, is finally solved in 2014. Going to the Race Track is a bit of a challenge (which we also learned from a bad experience) because there is no road as we know it. With a 4X4 vehicle, you can travel about 30 km on a path made entirely of rocks in 2 hours. Make sure you have a full tank of gas, something to eat, and lots of water. We stopped by Death Valley and went to Race Track via Las Vegas and saw only a Dutch couple along the way. The temperature was around 40 degrees. Unfortunately, none of the telephone lines is receiving, so you do not stay in contact with the outside.
I want to be a part of it New York, New York These vagabond shoes are longing to stray Right through the very heart of it New York, New York!
The unique colors of exotic fruits seemed magical in the Floating Market, which I went to in 2011 when I was not using Instagram yet.
Once upon a time in Galata!
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