So they DO do other things besides wear diapers. It turns out that they take cool pictures from space too! Yay astronuts!
This, according to its wikipedia entry, is photo of the Bosporus from the north (Black Sea) to the south (Sea of Marmara) taken from the International Space Station on April 16, 2004, with a Kodak DCS760 digital camera equipped with an 200-mm lens. The Islands in the lower right are the Princes Islands, where I went last weekend (yawn). You can see Ataturk airport in the lower left. The snake of water going up to the left in the center is the Golden Horn.
You can get in a big debate that you won't resolve about which way the silt/pollution/light blue stuff is moving. The Bosporus has currents that run both ways, apparently.
You can't see the carpetdogs because this was taken three years ago and they didn't live here yet, duh.