Close

Support Global Voices

To stay independent, free, and sustainable, our community needs the help of friends and readers like you.

Donate now »

· February, 2007

Stories about Photography from February, 2007

Haiti: Carnaval photos

Haitianalysis.com posts some lovely photos of the 2007 Carnaval in Haiti by Wadner Pierre.

Arabisc: A Pictorial Tour of North Africa

There is one word to describe this picture taken by American blogger Cory Driver, who is based in Morocco, and it is wow! Not being a photography critic, however, I...

Morocco: Vintage Larache Postcard

MarocAntan, a blog dedicated to “documents and souvenirs of past Morocco” posts (Fr) an old postcard depicting an aerial view of Larache.

Albania: Tirana Daily Life Photos

Stepping Stones posts photos of the Tirana neighborhood she lives in.

Israel: Christians at the End of the Tunnel?

Israel-based blogger Anglosaxy posts an interesting photograph here, which he has aptly captioned: Christians at the End of the Tunnel.

Trinidad & Tobago: Writing and un-writing

Stefan Falke posts some atmospheric photos of a homeless gentleman in Trinidad who has been keeping a journal for 21 years, along with a lovely text: “His older journals got...

Haiti: Picture of 1901 Port-au-Prince

As its “historical image of the day,” Alterdestiny posts a picture of Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 1901.

Cameroon: Journey Through Basaa Country

Sanaga Peregrinations posts (Fr) pictures of a recent trip through “the red land of [her] ancestors”, Basaa country in Cameroon. The photo-journey takes us through Edea, Boumnyebel, the pierced grotto...

Russia: Ivan Ushkov's Case

Ivan Ushkov, a St. Petersburg artist, had his computer and some of his work confiscated by the police; officers threatened to shut down his photo business located on Nevsky Prospekt....

Trinidad & Tobago: Moko jumbies

Stefan Falke posts some spectacular photos of the moko jumbies–or stilt-walkers–of the Dragon Keylemanjahro School of Arts & Culture's presentation for this year's Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago.

Saudi Arabia: Camera or Magic Wand?

Saudi-based American blogger Nzingha shows us how it would take a miracle to change her camera to a magic wand here.

Bangladesh: Celebrating the Mother Language day

Today is the International Mother Language Day, an annual event in UNESCO member states to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. This is mostly the international recognition of Language...

Croatia: Photos of WWII Zagreb

Photos of Zagred during WWII – at Neretva River.

India: Microfinance in Rajasthan and Maharashtra

Trivial Matters has a wonderful photo-essay on rural microfinance and microenterprise in Rajasthan. “The women inside of the mud walled room are filled with a new found sense of empowerment:...

Arabisc: Pictorial Tour of the Middle East

Fed up of all the politics in the Middle East? Me too. This week we will take a pictorial tour of the region, making stops in Qatar, Bahrain, Tunisia and...

Madagascar: Pictures of Mahajanga

Za'Gasy posts (Fr) pictures of Mahajanga, Madagascar and asks readers to post about what they inspire.

A Week Goes by in Kuwait

From a new movie to a naming special day after a popular soft drink (pop for Americans) to creating Kuwait's very own supermarket brand. These were some of the conversations...

Lebanon: Terrorist Attack and Hariri’s Commemoration

Two years ago, on February 14, a massive terrorist explosion targeting Rafic Hariri took away his life and the lives of many others. Fast forward, two years and many dramatic...

China: cycling with goods

Onemanbandwith puts up a series of photos to show how people carry a dozen pigs, tens of chicken, hundreds of eggs, etc in bicycle or motor cycle.

Russia: Dog Life

LJ user drugoi posts a photo story (RUS) about the kind man Ilya and his 44 dogs, many of them legless or otherwise disabled, living in a house outside Moscow:...

Receive great stories from around the world directly in your inbox.

Sign up to receive the best of Global Voices!

Submitted addresses will be confirmed by email, and used only to keep you up to date about Global Voices and our mission. See our Privacy Policy for details.

Newsletter powered by Mailchimp (Privacy Policy and Terms).

* = required field
Email Frequency



No thanks, show me the site