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· October, 2006

Stories about Photography from October, 2006

New Caledonia: At the Beach

Two Caledonia-based bloggers have been to the ocean this week and brought back breathtaking pictures too. Sebastien Merion has just (Fr)come back from a week-long sailing excursion that involved sun,...

Russia: LJ and Politics

On October 25, International Herald Tribune published Evgeny Morozov's opinion piece on the recent developments in the Russian blogosphere. On his blog – Sharp & Sound: Perspectives On Modern Politics...

Armenia: Yerevan Traffic Jam

The Armenian Odar shows how bad an Armenian traffic jam is.

Argentina: NGO Photo Blog

El Agora, an NGO based in Córdoba, Argentina has organized a friendly photo competition that hopes to highlight the best practices of fellow NGO's, Social Movements, and the private and...

Mexico: Monterrey Yesterday and Today

After discovering several old black and white photographs of Monterrey, Mexico, Hipocratico of RegioBlogs took to the streets with his camera and photographed those same locations. Here are the side-by-side...

Arabisc: Rebellious Behaviour and the Quest for Intellectuals

With the festive season wrapping up in the Arab world, Egyptian blogger Kareem Amer has decided to ‘come out of the closet’ and drop a bombshell – making some of...

D.R of Congo: election photos

“In honor of the next-to-last stage in DR Congo's efforts to elect a new president (Inauguration of the president-elect is scheduled for early December), I bring you three photos from...

Mexico: Photos from 1974

Flickr user Dristis-Mudra has a gorgeous set of black and white photos from a 1974 trip to Mexico.

Tajikistan: Roundup

Vadim reports on the latest buzz in the Tajik blogosphere.

South Afria: lesbian photo-activist

Sokari, who is visiting South Africa, writes about Zanele Muholi, a South African lesbian photo-activist: “Met Zanele Muholi, a lesbian photographer-activist. Progressive, radical, beautiful, challenging. Zanele took the photos behind...

India, Pakistan: Kashmir from the 70s in pictures

Dristis-Mudra has a fascinating collection of Black and White photographs on a flickr set. They are from the 1970s when the photographer was travelling in Kashmir.

Cuba: Havana in photos and video

Flickr user silvertopixel has a series of lovely art photos of street life in Havana. And Lisetcruz posts a YouTube video with views of Havana's famous Malecón and a matching...

Panama: Photos Of The Children Of Panama

Don Ray recommends Dixon Hamby's photographs of Panamanian children.

Caribbean: Photo quiz

The Caribbean Beat Weblog launches a “Where in the Caribbean?” photo quiz.

Ukraine: Anniversary of Ukrainian Insurgent Army

LJ user voevoda (Anton Petrov) posts a photo report (RUS) from the two rallies that took place in Kyiv Sunday, honoring and protesting the Ukrainian Insurgent Army.

Poland's Pulse in the Blogosphere

Local Dancers in Poland's Lake District (Mazury) prepare for Sieja (kind of fish) Fish Festival – by Embe, WarsawDaily Perhaps a Christmas footballing miracle has come early, as Kinuk reports...

China: Let your photos do the talking

While dealing with blocked pages and filter-trigger keywords can get pretty annoying on the wrong side of the internet, for bloggers in China who want some discussion on, say, the...

India: Rangdum, Padum

Breathtaking photographs and commentary by Sajith after a trip to Rangdum and Padum. “A hundred pictures not taken. Like those animals scuttling away from the bus. Like the mostly arind...

Iran: Photos and Women

Zannevesht has published a link to National Geographic prize winner's, Newsha Tavakolian, photos. Newsha Tavakolian has been selected as a 2006 All Roads Photography Program award-winner for her photo essay...

India: Ramadan in Mumbai

Photos on flickr by tomato umlaut caputing Mumbai at night during Ramadan. Wonderful photographs from the street, as food gets cooked for the faithful.

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