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Evil eye repeller
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As a common belief these blue beads are used to ward off evil eyes. :) All of them are handmade. Very primitive glass ovens are used in production of this blue beads. In time the 'masters' of this production became very rare. Apart from the belief these are nice ornaments. Tanju

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::bingwa
07/24/10 7:07 PM GMT
Not an ornament for me, but great work with glass, and the taking of this photo. I like the flowers placed there.

Winona
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.MudMilF
07/24/10 9:00 PM GMT
A really unusual but very effective shot, Tanju.
Michaela
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"The effort of art is to keep what is interesting in existence, to recreate it in the eternal." George Santayana
.koca
07/24/10 9:53 PM GMT
Nice shot with this interesting subject. I like it.
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::luckyshot
07/25/10 12:19 AM GMT
Tanju - Wonderful artwork presented well in this photo. Thad
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If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera. ~Lewis Hine
.Susiesun
07/25/10 4:56 AM GMT
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Hi Tanju!

It is a very different composition and interesting belief so as the the art work of these eyes, nice to know, thank you!
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Susie Sun
::corngrowth
07/25/10 9:41 AM GMT
---used to ward off evil eyes---

I don't believe in superstition Tanju. Fine composition though.
Regards, Cornelius.
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::LynEve
07/25/10 11:18 AM GMT
Every home should have one LOL

I like the vibrance of the ornament against the softer muted surroundings
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The question is not what you look at, but what you see ~ Marcel Proust
::georgxp
07/25/10 12:31 AM GMT
If any one of you goes to Turkey, do not forget to buy one. I have one of them, Tanju. It is very nice to get this shot.
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::Bursa
07/26/10 5:01 AM GMT
These symbols of glass are taken very seriously in Turkey. I have them in various parts of our flat in the car in my wallet you name it most Turkish people believe very strongly about these. Nice image by the way well composed. Well done.
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::J_E_F
07/27/10 4:21 AM GMT
Great local tradition - thanks for sharing it.
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:)

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