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· June, 2007

Stories about Photography from June, 2007

Kuwait: Old Sports Pictures

Kuwait-based blogger Mark posts these old pictures from Kuwait.

Russia: Perelman Riding Metro

LJ user ub7com posts pictures of the famous Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman, taken on a subway train in St. Petersburg.

Slovenia: Photos of Musician Tadej Kenig

Dancing Photography – Borut Peterlin posts photos of Tadej Kenig, a renowned Slovenian clarinetist, “photographed as a shepherd, in a concert suit playing a clarinet to the sheep.”

Russia: Train Station and Train Photos

Photographer Oleg Klimov departs for Siberia and Kamchatka – and posts pictures of the Yaroslavsky Train Station in Moscow and the Moscow-Perm train.

Dominica: Through the eyes of the ancients…

Mel, at Topics from 192 Countries, sees Dominica through the eyes of its indigenous people.

Iran:An Iranian blogger in Libya

Mr.Behi, an Iranian blogger, has published several beautiful photos from Libya in his blog. He says I hope this can capture the changes that this country is going through.

Lebanon: Almost Non-Political Questions

What are we eating? Why are our banks flourishing? Who are those clearing cluster bombs? How will Brazil help in recycling Lebanese wastes? Where are some of the children who...

Russia: Moscow's Top Secret and Other Exaggerations

According to a recent survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Moscow is “the world’s most expensive city for expatriates for the second consecutive year.” To Moscow locals, however, Mercer’s findings...

Nepal: Waiting for Monsoon

Feringhee wonders where the monsoon is and has photographs from Buddhist India and Kathmandu.

Jordan: Picture Post

Jordanian Sabri Hakeem gives us a preview of this picture he took for imagazine.

Egypt: Blogger is Released, Court Case to Block 50 Blogs, Press Attacked By Bloggers and More

In this week’s round-up from Egypt, Big Pharaoh is back, bloggers are unhappy with the Press, a blogger who was arrested last week is now free, public opinion is not...

Taiwan: 《Voyage 15840》– the photo book powered by migrant worker

Voyage, means a period of trip to anywhere. 15840, it is the minimum wage for workers in Taiwan. However, for migrant workers in Taiwan, it means the “maximum”. By naming...

Armenia: Colorful Cranes

Artur speculates that the reason more and more tourists are coming to Yerevan is to see all the colorful cranes.

Haiti: Sights

The Livesay Haiti Weblog posts some photos of everyday sights in Haiti.

Iran:Beautiful photos of Sahand mountains

You can see several photos of Sahand mountains in this photo blog.

Iran:Abbas Amir Entezam, most senior political prisoner

You can see in Kosoof a photo of Abbas Amir Entezam who is the most senior political prisoner.Abbas Amir Entezam was deputy prime minister and government spokesman of Iran's provisional...

Arabeyes: The Middle East in Pictures

This week's pictorial tour of the Middle East takes us to a wedding with a difference in Amman, Kuwait in a dust storm, where Lebanese escape the news and finally...

Palestine: Which Ramallah Do You Prefer?

Palestinian blogger Umm Khalil posts two pictures from Ramallah then and now .. and asks: “Which Ramallah do you prefer?”

Trinidad & Tobago: Picture-Perfect Promenade

Elspeth at Now is Wow snaps a few photos and tells interesting stories on her way to get the morning paper…

China: Where's the disaster relief blogging?

It's monsoon season in China, floods sweep through the south and hundreds of thousands are left homeless. Where's all the local blog coverage?

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