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Istanbul Greeting Card featuring the photograph No Nintendo For Them by Michel Verhoef

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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I grew up very poor in the late 60s to 1980s in Texas USA. We were made fun of because of our old clothing and how we lived compared to the well to do kids. This photo brings back all those memories, but they weren't all sad memories, being poor I feel now, was actually a good thing for me..Those who were richer than us back then, are now so troubled and unhappy, yet we are not...So, I"m not saying it was all fun and games being poor, no, it was not fun at all, but, compared to now, to those who grew up rich, I think we were the rich ones!

Michel Verhoef replied:

Well spoken Georgia....it happened to me too :)) it was a time we all played outside on the street...now...I too play outside on the street but now with ...a...camera...lol.:)))

Just Brilliant Michel, love your street photography! l/f

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks Jan, what a coincidence..this image is one of the very few that once got an award...how did you know...lol...

Each of your photos could be a scene from a film.....

Michel Verhoef replied:

Ohh...thanks dear Katerina....sorry for missing your comment :(

Each of your photos could be a scene from a film.....

I grew up like this.I wish all children would experience this- playing on the streets & making friends with real kids...such a remarkable piece Michel.

Michel Verhoef replied:

Yes...it brings back nostalgia....thanks a lot Ann :))

Interesting street scene captured Michel. Clothes on top is such a lovely addition to the composition!

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks for your time to comment here Aimelle ! Glad you liked it !

Lovely street life scene Michael ! Great details on full - resolution preview .L/F

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks a lot dear Ana !!

The story of life, excellent capture :) Liked

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks Marija for your understanding ! :-))

What an amazing scene to witness and to capture!

Michel Verhoef replied:

Ohh...so sorry that I missed your comment dear Anne !! Thousand times thanks !

This is awesome, Michel. I love the kids in the street, the billowing laundry, the feeling of closeness because of the nearness of everything here--buildings, the narrow street, neighbors. I think these kids are better off without the Nintendo!

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks Colleen for your kind words !! Did you see how many people are in the shot...lol...a standard running gag of mine :-)))

A perfect black&white: crisp, clear, clean .... watching the two little girls "chatting" with one another brings me a smile {or maybe ... they're having a "dialogue" about the rules of the game they're playing ... look at their stances ... ; or ....} ; I love these old narrow streets & the laundry swinging overhead ... this is Community, and the Spirit Of . A gem, Michel {another one}:))

Michel Verhoef replied:

Ha...the big game for this one is to guess how many people there are in this picture...lol...do you know the answer ?...miss Eagle-eye ?...thanks once more for such amazing generosity of words !!

ooo it is from Istanbul ! :)

Michel Verhoef replied:

Yes..and I have quite some more in there :-) btw...do you know this street ? Does it still exist ??

Such an interesting scene! Well captured and full of life! L/T

Beautiful capture of street life, especially in black and white! l/f :)

Thanks a lot Hans !

Magic B&W. Beautiful work Michel! Love the colours..

Incredible work..full of life and energy!

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks Robin ! You sure know how to pick one, it's a picture that won a prize once :)))

Another of your fantastic shots... Brings me to my childhood, when we played in the street in summertime and many neighbors were sat at their houses' doors... Where was it taken? just for curiosity...

Michel Verhoef replied:

Yes....exactly...same youth for me :) when kids still were outside playing :))) it was taken in Istanbul. Thanks Ana !

Fantastic shot, could stare into it for hours.....and goes without saying great title!

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks Sarah for your staring....lol....hope these hours were not a waste :)))

Michel, A fantastic capture of a glimpse of society...the people...their habitat....their way of life. Love the perspective! l/f

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thanks Barbara for your kind words...as always cherished ! :)

This image is teeming with life! From the billowing laundry to the children playing. Love everything about it!!

Excellent capture & story teller, Michel F&L twt

Love the title and the scene on this one. Your work is stunning!!! I have been falling in love with street photography for a few months now, your work is a great source of inspiration!

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this picture was taken a few minutes after the picture: An unexpected messenger :) Istanbul.

About Michel Verhoef

Michel Verhoef

Photography is a way of expression for me. This was especially when I discovered digital photography and the possibility of being in control of the whole process, from pressing the shutter to printing. Than i also discovered that photography is more than just pressing the shutter; it also shows ones own, more personal, view on the world. There are so many stories that can be told in one image, and to me the best stories are just out there on the street, just waiting to be captured. In my photography I want to strive for a personal style, preferably more than a signature….but a permanent memory of the image in the viewers mind :) My gear: Nikon COPYRIGHT NOTICE © All images in this gallery are the original...

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