Stories about Photography from April, 2007
Sociolingo's comments about Mali's election photos from BBC: “Politics in Mali is a youth movement, and there are many young Malians who take a keen interest in the political parties....
Mongolia Matters shares a photo of something remarkably rare for Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, carless streets.
LJ user morrire has photos from Kemin (ru), where a by-election for Kyrgzystan's parliament just took place.
Onnik Krikorian reports on the Armenian parliamentary election campaign from behind the scenes at public television.
James from Japan Probe posted some photos from the annual baby crying contest.
Saharan Vibe posts photos of different African cities in “African Cities Part 1: Isn't Africa beautiful!”
Israeli blogger themiddle wants you to play the guessing game this week and let us know where this picture was taken.
A photo of day of life in Antigua, Guatemala brings readers of Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo a glimpse into life in this Central American country. The most recent photo shows...
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif raises the alarm that something may be amiss with flickr services in Bahrain.
Thebookmann is amused and somewhat intrigued by “two eloquently painted wall signs” in Trinidad.
Chenette posts a Flickr photoset of shots from Orchid World in Barbados.
Sue Sypko discusses how photographs taken by Russian Imperial and Soviet photographers communicate different meanings.
The unpredictable weather, shoddy telecom services and the rapid surge in the stock market are just some of the topics keeping Kuwaiti bloggers entertained this week.
Oneworld Multimedia reports on efforts to make Armenian election ballots more accessible to the blind.
Onnik Krikorian reports on a Prosperous Armenia political rally in Yerevan's Arabkir district that featured the talents of pop stars.
Arubagirl, Trinidadian blogger Elspeth at Now is Wow and Lynn Sweeting from the Bahamas all recognize Earth Day.
Blogger MgHla introduces 5 new bloggers where three are outstanding photo blogs (Uhteik, Stevenalexand, MgBaOo) with sceneries from Myanmar.
Thanks to Kosoof, a leading photoblogger, we can discover some important moments of this movement in photographs from the last two years. Here are six photos chosen to display that...