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· March, 2007

Stories about Photography from March, 2007

India: Flower-Lane

A flower market in photographs at Trivial Matters. “A kaleidoscope for your senses. Dadar Phulgalli [flower-lane] takes your traditional Bombay smells of sweat, toil, paint, iron and turns them into...

Russia: Photos of Grozny

Earlier this week, I linked to LJ user kunstkamera‘s photos from Grozny, Chechnya. (Warning: bandwidth intensive.) Below are some of the comments and kunstkamera‘s own remarks, translated from Russian. gematogen:...

China: Chinese photoblogging

Pingmag has an interview with the editor of 3030: New Photography In China on Chinese Photoblogging culture.

Ukraine, Belarus: Chernobyl

MoldovAnn attends the opening of a photo exhibition of Belarus-based American photographer Kristina Brendel, held at the Chernobyl Museum in Kyiv; she discovers that the Belarusian government's treatment of the...

Uruguay: Montevideo's Harbor (in Black and White)

Given special access to Uruguay's usually restricted “el puerto de Montevideo” for a photography contest, Tali shares some beautiful black and white pictures of the harbor.

Bangladesh: Development Against All Odds

Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Bideshi Blond provides the relevant statistics proving the claim. Being a developing country with limited resources it is...

Georgia: Worker's Paradise

Cuttino Alexander pays a visit to Chiatura a town that flourished under the Soviet Union and has since experienced economic and population collapse.

Armenia: Burying the Prime Minister

Onnik Krikorian reports on and has photos of the burial of Armenia's prime minister.

Japan: Mask Idol

Lee from Tokyo Times blogs about Japan fashion and fetishism by refering to the recent “Mask Idol”.

Russia: Non-Touristy Moscow Pics

The Turkish Invasion posts non-touristy pictures of Moscow.

Russia: Grozny Photos

A Step At A Time links to incredible pictures from Grozny, Chechnya, taken by LJ user kunstkamera.

Bangladesh: 1971, as I saw it

Shahidul Alam, a photographer talks about “1971, as I saw it”, an exhibition of photographs taken as Bangladesh declared independence. “Today, those photographs join them in protest. Peering through the...

Lebanon: Spring, Art and Dilemmas

In Lebanon spring officially begins on March 21. This is why March 21st is celebrated as Mother’s Day here. Bloggers tend to post more about love, nature and sunshine, reflecting...

Kuwait: A Week Goes by

The Kuwaiti blogosphere has it all this week – from business developments to the opening of a new mall, the death of a bookshop and segregation at Kuwait University. Q,...

Tajikistan: Navruz in the Provinces

Tajikistan Journal shares photos of Navruz celebrations out in the provinces.

Kazakhstan: Nauryz Photos

This week's Friday photos from Kazakhstan at neweurasia are of Nauryz celebrations in Almaty.

China: Homeowners hold their ground

How does China's landmark, much-blogged about new property law relate to the average citizen? An illustration comes with the decision by two residents of central China's Chongqing Municipality to hold...

UAE: From Dubai to NYC

Dubai-based blogger Dubaiwalla visited NYC, where he clicked a lot of photographs which he posted here.

India: 50 million missing girls

A flickr group called 50 million missing attempts to collect pictures of Indian women and girls. “It is the HOPE of this website to have as many possible of the...

Guatemala: Original USAC Building

Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo snaps a shot of the original building to house Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala.

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