Animal photography is an exciting yet familiar art form because most people enjoy looking at pictures of pets, or at least cute animals. This photographer, Orin, took such beautiful pictures that people were afraid to perceive them as a scene.
Orin visited Istanbul, Turkey for two weeks and was shocked to see the number of cats roaming the streets. These cats were not as fearful as the fierce cats of many other countries; But Turkish cats are often allowed near people and fed.
Orin was amazed at the cat’s comfortable demeanor. “I believe this is a reflection of the warmth of the Turkish people,” he said. The Turkish people “undertook to take care of these animals and feed them, as well as build a sweet home for them.”
One day, while walking along the Bosphorus, Orin noticed something amazing. It seems that the two cats came together and even hugged. He described them as inseparable. People were skeptical that this was not a staged photo, but they immediately took out cameras and photographed them.
Orin thought cats could keep each other warm, but why did they choose to sit on this wall, which is influenced by the wind and other factors?
When people think more about whether they believe in the reality of photography, he asks himself: “Who can photograph a cat like this? Who will try? Life is too short for that! ”
While in Turkey, Orin saw many more cats other than the two cuddling cuties. In every cafe, he said, there was usually a cat on the table. People “eat and sip chai around them.” The cat photographed here “hardly lifted his head to say ‘hello'” and “was in no way threatened by the bustling cafe.”
he says she can’t have a pet of his own because he often leaves his California home, but he always wanted to have a pet. He encourages visitors to visit Turkey and looks forward to meeting his cat friends.