The two faces of Istanbul; skyscrapers on one side, endless fields of sunflowers on the other
While the sunflowers planted in the large agricultural land in AVCILAR rose on one side, the high-rise buildings on the other created interesting views. Aerial view of sunflower fields next to towering buildings.
In Avcılar , the sunflower fields with the Küçükçekmece Lake on one side and the high-rise buildings in Ispartakule on the other side created colorful images. The size of the sunflower planted in the wide agricultural land has reached the adult height.
Freight and passenger trains to Thrace pass through a part of the fields where the crows fly over the sunflowers all day long. Muhterem Baş, who is a livestock breeder right next to the fields, said that the harvest will begin in a month.
Stating that there is no construction in the fields at the moment, and that some landowners he does not know are planting wheat for one year and sunflowers for the second year, Baş said, “Whoever sees this place is very surprised.
An acquaintance left hives next to the sunflower fields surrounded by wire fences. Bees do not miss the sunflowers that they love very much and that they are constantly landing on.