Quote from Carly's Blog:
"EMPS #13: Happy Turkey Day!
Even if you don't live in America, you can have fun with this photo assignment. Here's the general idea. Photograph anything TURKEY! TURKEY thawing in a pan, or roasting in the oven. You can use a stuffed TURKEY (as in stuffed animal) or a stuffed TURKEY ( as in dinner) as your subject. A paper TURKEY or plastic TURKEY used in a centerpiece would be interesting. TURKEY sandwiches, or TURKEY soup would do nicely, as would a TURKEY TV dinner. Live TURKEYS gathered in the wild, or at a petting zoo works, or if you can't seem to find a fowl TURKEY, but you know a real live human TURKEY, feel free to take their picture and post it. But don't forget to get their permission, if you don't they might think you are the TURKEY! I will even accept a photo of TURKISH coffee! If it refers to TURKEY it's perfect for the assignment! One thing... PLEASE remember, this is a family friendly photo assignment. No harming animals folks. Let's show our appreciation for the beautiful bird the TURKEY!
Extra Credit: If you do serve TURKEY for Thanksgiving, show us the WISHBONE!"
Well, definitely no turkey meat here since I don't celebrate thankgiving , don't even have stuff turkey but I do have an authentic Turkey man with his Turkish ice-cream right by the riverside. He's a looonnng way from home but very well known here for his funny antics while serving the ice-cream to his customer. In a hot and humid country, any time is a great time for ice-cream!