“what I was missing all that time in England.”

Royskopp – Remind Me

It’s only been a week,
the rush is being home and rapid fading,
failing to recall
what I was missing all that time in England.
Something in the sleep
unfollowed by the help of transportation
to knock on windows where
a friend no longer live I have forgotten.
And everywhere I go
there’s always something to remind me
of another place and time
of a love that travelled far to find me.
I stayed outside ’til two,
waiting for the light to come back,
but but in the talk I knew
until you’ve asked what I was thinking,
until you’ve asked what I was thinking.
Brave men tell the truth
the wise man’s tools are analogies and puzzles.
The woman holds her tongue,
knowing silence will speak for her.
Brave men tell the truth
the wise man’s tools are analogies and puzzles
The woman holds her tongue,
knowing silence will speak for her,
will speak for her.
And everywhere I go
there’s always something to remind me
of another place and time,
but love that travelled far would find me

 

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New Album Release by Radiohead

It was one of the few sunny days in London, and I received an email. Radiohead’s new album ”King of the Limbs” is out!! I bought it yesterday and been listening by my bed, on the bus, walking home… I think it is a perfect on the way album!

I love the fact that Radiohead quickly stepped out of the mainstream and continued to please their own crowd more lately. They are way too weird to make popular songs 🙂  Speaking as a regular Radiohead listener ,I could tell you to expect a grey and rainy version of ”In Rainbows”.  You could pre-order or download the album from http://www.thekingoflimbs.com/

Enjoy!

Most Beautiful Museum in London

Sir John Soanes Museum

Sir John Soane was a famous architect who demolished and rebuilt three buildings within Lincoln’s Inn Fields, including the building that now houses the museum. The museum was founded whilst Soane was still alive, through an act of Parliament in 1833.

The museum was intended to be used by architectural students who need exploration into history or art and architecture. Besides the priceless collection densely but very carefully placed around the museum, the architecture of the building itself inspired me the most. The museum is mainly a collection of architectural drawings and sculptures by figures such as Piranesi and Robert Flaxman. The basement also contains the sarcophagus of Seti 1. The richness of the collection is overwhelming; You might think that everything is placed randomly, but you are wrong 🙂 Everything was thought through very carefully before placed.

The museum does not include or need artificial light for the exhibition of the pieces. The geniously placed skylights provide natural daylight into the spaces. The daylight is manipulated into the rooms with great success. At the end of your visit I suggest you take a look at the view out of the gift shop window. You could see the roofs of all the skylights of the building.

The picture room include over 100 paintings which might surprise you after seeing the size of the room. The movable panels allow more paintings in and around them. The panel on the right side of the room opens up completely to the adjacent room in order to include that space.

The illusion of the spaces is the magical part of Sir John Soane’s Museum, which is hard to describe in words. In addition to its priceless collection,I believe Sir John Soane’s Museum is one of the most precious museum buildings in the world. Architects, artists, writers and everyone would find something inspiring in that magical building.

PS: There is a special candlelit opening on the first Tuesday evening of each month, 6-9pm.

Adress : 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3BP (close to Holborn tube station)

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

When it comes to World War II movies, I cannot say no to watching them. I can only be an objective spectator to the ones about Holocaust . I have observed that era from perspectives of many different people and my interest into this genre grew everyday.

I especially liked ”the boy in the striped pajamas” because the story is mostly told from a child perspective even though you still get a sense of grown-up reasoned mind.I was about to say that the movie put a smile on my face until……the end…..the end…..the end….. I am simply speechless and heart broken. It is a powerful picture.

”Childhood is measured out by sounds and smells and sights, before the dark hour of reason grows”

where is the love?

Bu ulkede sevgi nerede? O onu sevmez, bu buna katlanamaz.

Istanbuldan bakinca her kavga cok basit gozukuyor. Dil, din, irk savasi hepsi deniyor. Bu hikayede bir eksiklik var..

Sevgi nerede?

Koyun heryerini karis karis gezen muhtesem guzellikteki piyano

Kucuk bir koy hayatindan 90 dakika sunuyorum size. Her koyde , kasabada yasananan siradan olaylar. Sen uzaktan bakinca din ayriligini diyorsun,

yakinlasinca iki insanin buyuk ask hikayesi cikiyor ortaya.  Hersey ama hersey yine aska baglaniyor…

Muhtesem muziklerle beslenmis bir dostluk, sevgi,vefa hikayesi…

million pieces of feelings

Royksopp-Sparks

No matter gay or grim
It’s those tiny little sparks
Daily life that makes me
Forgot my wounded heart

It doesn’t matter when
It may rain or it may shine
Blurred memories of us
Come back from time to time

No matter gay or grim
It’s those tiny little sparks
Daily life that makes me
Forgot my wounded heart

It doesn’t matter when
It may rain or it may shine
Blurred memories of us
Come back from time to time

No matter gay or grim
It’s those tiny little sparks
Daily life that makes me
Forgot my sulky heart

It doesn’t matter when
It may rain or it may shine
But you will always be here
Stored inside my mind

Come, I’ll give you all my love
Suck some air
Tell me what I’m dreaming of
Oh, whoa, oh…

Maybe within a thousand years
You’ll be here
Maybe within a thousand tears
Oh, whoa, oh…

Can I be so alone?
Can I be so alone?