Re: Turkish archery targets
- View SourceWow, your site is terrific! Very informative, great pictures, and the museum displays are very cool. (I would love to have the Sultan's quiver, inlaid with mother-of-pearl.)
I will have to start thinking about a Turkish-themed novelty shoot....
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- View Source- Nice Site :)
-- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "Metin Ates" <metina@...> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I've been completed and open the site about Turkish Archery. You can
> reach it via: www.turkisharchery.info
> You can freely copy of all pictures via
> http://www.turkisharchery.info/?p=!photos, all photos taken by me.
> As you see some parts needs enrichment. I'll complete "Equipments"
> section part and add more information & pics in the near future.
> I'm waiting for your advises.have a
> All the best,
> 2008/5/25 arionthewanderer <arion@...>:
> > Greetings Metin,
> > Your message is very exciting! The only problem I have is that I
> > very slow download speed (28.8 kps on a good day). Can you sendyour
> > pictures with a lower resolution so we can all view yourpostings? Or
> > fewer pictures at a time?enactment
> > There are many of us who want good contact with Turkish archers!
> > Arion the Wanderer
> > --- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "Metin Ates" <metina@> wrote:
> >> Hi there,
> >> I'm a Turkish archer and very glad to join your group.
> >> I uploaded some traditional Turkish archery targets and re-
> >> clothing photos to your Group via:hope we
> >> http://ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/SCA-Archery/photos/browse/10de
> >> I have questions for you and answers for "Turkish Archery". I
> > can
> >> share & discuss these in the future.
> >> Best wishes from Turkey,
> >> Metin ATES
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