Photo Essay: Dancing in Damhsa (Part 3)

The Kabluchok Russian Group from Moscow performed a Russian folk dances. The group even has a musician hailing from Kazakhstan.

The Kabluchok Russian Group from Moscow performed a Russian folk dances. The group even has a musician hailing from Kazakhstan.

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  1. damhsafest Said:

    Hi Nina

    Fionan Cogan here from Damhsa Fest. Great post, love the photos. Are they already on Facebook? We have just launched a Damhsa Fest Facebook Fan page – http://www.facebook.com/pages/Damhsafest/243995972294 and would love you to tag us on your photos. If you would like to post it on the Damhsa Fest Blog, we would be delighted – http://damhsafest.wordpress.com/.
    Any problems let me know.

    Slán go fóill (Bye for now in Gaelic)
    Fionan Cogan

    Director Damhsa Fest 2010
    Wednesday 21st July to Sunday 25th July 2010

    • HEllo Fionan, Thanks for dropping by at our blog. Good to hear you like the pictures, i enjoyed very much the event as much as i enjoyed taking the pics of it.

      To answer your questions, yes i have the album in my facebook account. I took the liberty of tagging you on some of the photos, although am unable to tag the pics to a fan page. Nevertheless, i am sending to you in fb the album link and perhaps post a few pics on the fan page wall (facebook doesn’t allow multiple posting of pics on the wall, and i have no access to create an album on the said fan page).

      As for the damhsa wordpress blog, i cab sharer the photos on your blog as well. Let me know how would you like to do this one.

      go raibh maith agat ( i hope i got that right) / Salamat (‘Thanks’ in Filipino)
      Nina Gracia Sarmiento


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