3 Responses to “Çiftetellisi”

  1. 1 O3
    June 20, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Çiftetelli (Turkish: Çiftetelli: “double stringed; to move like a snake”)

    I’m finding with my camera to capture dancing is as hard as catching the blue heron in flight. Yesterday I missed every still shot. Hopefully somebody got her some good shots. Maybe I’ve been doing landscapes too much and I’m expecting too much from a simple camera. It not having a view finder and fast shutter handicap me also. This was set on the sports setting for those that ever use that.

  2. July 2, 2010 at 12:48 am

    Hi there! Cool little video. I have not seen any shots yet from the event, but am keeping hope alive! I would really appreciate a link to this video, and credits if you please! Thanks so much. 🙂 Did you have an edited youtube video up of this recently by any chance? There was one edited over with a chiftitelli piece, and it came down after a bit, and I’ve been wondering where it went. 🙂

    Nice work, keep it up!


    • 3 O3
      July 2, 2010 at 10:00 am

      I need to re-edit that video my sound doesn’t work right on mpegs and I had a spelling error. You can save these moving gif’s as a photo and they will work most anywhere you choose. The new photo you posted on your web page is beautiful. I notice the finger cymbals, you should work out a number with the happy lucky combo using them.

      Off to the river……………..

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