2020 / Advertising / Travel/Tourism


  • Photographer
    Bekir Yesiltas

Are the dervishes who maintain the philosophy of Mevlevi today by turning and performing their turns without perspiring, without turning their heads and without winding f The Sikke worn by the whirling dervish symbolizes his tombstone. the cardigan he wore on his shoulder represents his grave. The tenure, which he wears as a vest, symbolizes the dead. Right hands up, left hands down. "I take it from the Creator and give it to the people." says.

Born in 1985. He graduated from Anadolu University Photography and Videography. In addition, he completed 400 hours of digital photography and basic photography education certified by the Ministry of National Education. He has exhibitions with his photographs in more than 70 countries in national and international competitions. He has awards in more than 40 countries including gold, silver, bronze, merit, special medals, outstanding art, diploma, honorary document, honorable artist selection, jury special awards. He also serves as a jury member in national and international competitions.