The ambassador made his images more interesting by layering them with color. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Turkish Ambassador Catagay Erciyes held a photographic art exhibition over the weekend entitled "The Colorful Trains of Lebanon," in which he featured photographs he'd personally taken in 2016 on a visit to the ruins of railway stations around the country. However, after deeming the photographs he took a little dull, he decided to turn them into an art project and edited the photos by layering vibrant colors. Erciyes is no stranger to photography and the arts.The exhibition was held in Le Yacht Club in Zaitunay Bay and served as a farewell to Erciyes as his term in Lebanon comes to an end with only two weeks left of his two- year-long posting in Lebanon.
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