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· July, 2006

Stories about Photography from July, 2006

India: At the Haji Ali Dargah

Ultrabrown has a wonderful photo-post on one of the landmarks in Mumbai, the Haji Ali Dargah.

DRC: Poster Snatching Protests

Le Renouveau Congolais posts a (Fr) photo-essay showing protesters tearing down presidential candidate posters in the DRC days to the July 30th election. From Azarias Ruberwa to Interim President Joseph...

China: Cameras, drunks and forced website closures

Kimbo Hu/Hu Defu, a well-known Taiwanese aboriginal folk musician gave a performance at a small bar in Beijing this past weekeknd. In attendance were many prominent bloggers, and here is...

South Korea: remodel broken house

Days in Daechuri shows a series of pictures on how young people are remodelling the broken house in Daechuri: “Korean government said they are planning to drive all of the...

Georgia: Havlabar

Akhtamar of ArmYouth Blog reports from Havlabar, Tbilisi's Armenian Quarter.

India: Puri, Orissa

Trivial Matters has breathtaking photographs from Orissa. “Puri was once the weekend resort of maharajahs and wealthy Bengalis from Calcutta. When the British came to the coast to bathe away...

Bloggers on Virtual India

Virtual India is a different place, when compared to the real India. Bloggers cut through geographnical and physical barriers and come together and this week's blog ban highlighted this virtual...

Indonesia: Merapi Fan

Asri talks about her love for Mount Merapi. Merapi located in Central Java, Indonesia is one of the most active volcano on the planet. The bloggers shares night time pictures...

Cuba: How many Cubans does it take to…?

Pac MacLaurin posts a photo of three Cuban store clerks and comments on the country's labour inefficiencies: “A friend of mine once told me that when he was working in...

Mexico: Exposition of Flickr Monterrey

The first Photographic Exposition of Flickr Monterrey will be held this Saturday evening at Café 13 Lunas says Ocho Cuartos.

Armenia: Racist Fliers

Nessuna reports on the appearance of racist fliers appearing in Yerevan urging people to “clean their city.” Onnik Krikorian adds that this is ironic considering the number of South Caucasus...

Peru: 222 Megapixels of Machu Picchu

J.Francisco Canaza points readers to a 222 megapixel photograph of Machu Picchu.

Rwanda: Gorillas Without Mist

Guillaume, an ex-pat working in Rwanda, went on a road trip (Fr) to Gisenyi where he visited and took these snapshots of luxury hotel the Kivu Sun and then to...

Monglia: Circus

Tom Terry files a report from the circus in Mongolia complete with photos.

Ivoirians in Paris: Church Anniversary

Voyage en Cote d'Ivoire posts (Fr) festive pictures of the anniversary of Paris’ Ivoirian church.

Mongolia: Naadam Day Three

Tom Terry has photos from the third day of Naadam.

Ukraine: Photos From Hutsul Wedding

Stefan of Dykun posts pictures from a Hutsul wedding that he attended two years ago (and re-posts an expert's column on the current political situation in Ukraine).

Mongolia: Traditional Costumes

the reflector has photos of traditional Mongolian costumes worn for Naadam. Meanwhile, Tom Terry has pictures from Naadam opening ceremonies.

Mongolia: Naadam Preparations

Tom Terry has photos of Naadam preparations in Mongolia. Naadam is centuries old festival during which participants compete in the “three manly games” — archery, wrestling, and horse racing —...

Canada, Caribbean: Carifiesta photos

Caribb has a Flickr photoset devoted to the 32nd annual Carifiesta, Montreal's Caribbean street festival, which took place on July 8.

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