I went up to my favorite part of Ankara today -- the very old, very conservative Kale (citadel) area. I brought all the prints of the many pictures I had taken with me for my friends up there, and they were absolutely delighted and asked me to take more pictures of them. This is an economically depressed area, and I'm certain that they don't have any cameras or computers, so the idea that someone would want to photograph them and actually remember to bring them the prints seems to suprise them. In fact, instead of trying to sell me things, they gave me presents today, a real departure from the norm.
I chose this image because I felt it represented young and old, one generation and another (grandmother and grandson), and more importantly, the new and old Turkey.