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· January, 2007

Stories about Photography from January, 2007

India: In Korlai

Haiti: Pictures of Soccer Victory Celebration

Cuba: Praying for Fidel

It's unlikely that Cuban president Fidel Castro will be any less of a polarising figure in death than he's been over the course of his long and colourful political career....

Libya: To Return or not to Return?

The last weeks saw a variety of activities on Libyan blogs. It was the ‘end of term’ exams in Libyan schools and Khadijateri has devoted several posts to that. On...

Cuba: A walking (photo) tour of Havana

A Week Goes by in Kuwait

A couple of Kuwaitis have just participated in Gulfrun, an event which Kthekuwaiti attended, and which he described as: ” GulfRun is a yearly ‘rally’ that starts off in Kuwait...

Russia: Roma Wedding and Christmas

The flag of the Roma people. According to Wikipedia, it “was approved at the First World Romani Congress in 1971, held in London, UK. The flag consists of a background...

French Guiana: Aerial Shots of Cayenne and the Forest

Cuba: Photo set

Vietnam: Visiting Hue

Armenia: Hrant Dink Memorial

Vietnam: Lantern Festival

Vietnam: Saigon Night Shots

Image from French Guiana: Mind Your Kids

From the French Guiana forest, this sign captured by Photoblog sur la Guyane Francaise reads (Fr): “Look after your kids or … keep them on a leash.”

Suriname: Bird photos

Russia: Indigenous Peoples of the North

Den’ Olenevoda (Reindeer-Breeder's Day), celebrated in March 2006, in Kazym (Ugra, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug) – a photo set by Flickr user ugraland/Irina Kazanskaya While Moscow is braving an atypically snowless...

Brunei: Meet the bloggers

Haiti: Year in Photos

St. Petersburg, Russia: Flood #302

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Pakistan: On Fred Bremner

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