Beautiful reminds me of Bharatnathyam, an Indian dance form.
I will search for that.Thank you.:)
hi ana, this is a beautiful post- i would like to have this in my blog, after i am done with Ann's guest post. can you kind of do it as a guest post for me? thanks dear.i just deleted another nastier remark.. she said even her dog wont eat this.. etc.i need this hypnotic thingy in my blog.. thanks dear, i wont erase your comment . its ok.
No problems. It is a honor!Thank you very much.
hi Ana, if you can enail this and be my guest..(guest post), i can publish them on wednesday. thanks ana,, cant sleep thinking of this very beautiful post of yours. have a nice day.. my email..firstname.lastname@example.org will do another link for you.- as blogs i follow for both your hella heaven and audacious shallot as my thank you gesture...
hi ana..hi again, can i have this to day pleaseeeeeee dear :) oh ya, when you email this toe me, i hope i can get them moving in my blog also.not static.. may be you can teach me how to ensure it can be done, thanks dear.
I just did a post about uploading .gif animated.You just have to check "updated editor" when uploading a .gif animated.It will work.You don't need to worry about Audacious Shalott. She is a secluded lady and doesn't like publicity. She is not in any directory... lol
hi ana, my visitors love this hypnotic dancers. thanks so much again..The unique part, perhaps the most hypnotic of this image is that, at every 1 second pause, you can see the black and white both look the same and whole, in the shape of dancers, no spaces in between, guess that is what is most hypnotic to watch. The same mesmerizing thing happens when the dancers appears to be swaying sideways….
Thank you Maznah!:)Yes, it is why they are hypnotics.
It's more or less like Bharath natiyamEye twisters
:)I liked "Eye twisters".
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