Stories about Photography from July, 2007
morrire posts pictures from her visit to the southern shore of Issyk-Kul, one of the biggest high-altitude lakes in the world – and favourite holiday destination for Kyrgyzstani citizens.
Alejandro from Peru Food blog posts photos of an Amazon market in the small town of Nauta, which is located 100 km from Iquitos.
Kuwaiti bloggers are leaping into action, discovering their surroundings, attending events and covering them, keeping tabs on the latest developments on the arrest of the Monster of Hawali and looking for racial slurs on the shelves of supermarkets. Read this post by Abdullatif Al Omar to see what else is happening.
Sean's Russia Blog writes on Mikhail Gorbachev's new role: a model for Louis Vuitton ads, photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
Ohoud from Jordan explains to us why a picture tells a thousand tales here.
View from Iran has always been a very attractive blog for me. An American blogger based in Iran writes about her daily experiences in the land of “down with America”. Tori Egherman, the American blogger, has now left Iran. She and her husband have just published a book of photos...
Probably the most consistently interesting Congolese blog is kept by Cédric Kalonji [Fr], whose photographs and commentary bear humorous but often sorrowful witness to the struggles of ordinary life in Kinshasa, the country's heavily populated, run-down capital. Returning from a recent visit to Europe, Cédric found himself wondering whether the...
Men on horseback playing a football-like game with a goat carcass instead of a ball? Erik Petersson took some breathtaking photos during a Buzkashi game in Tajikistan.
As floods continue to rise up across China this summer, leaving hundreds dead and millions fleeing from their homes, citizen reporter bloggers in China have been keeping a close eye on the developments.
Kyrgyzstani couples choose the summer months to get married. As the ceremonies portrayed by bloggers are mostly Western in style, they convey a different, somewhat "non-exotic" image of the landlocked Central Asian republic. From white doves to violins, the Kyrgyzstani dream wedding seems above all one thing: expensive!
Darkness at Noon shares his 7-year-old collection of Lenin photos.
Windy Skies shares memories and photographs of a Shiva temple by the Bhima – a tributary of the River Krishna.
Thanks to Mr.Behi we find a great collection of photos from Tehran:streets,people,museums,parks and…
Trivial Matters has a wonderful photo-post on Cambodia and food.
An Indian in Kuwait had food on his mind when he posted this picture on his blog.
Oleg Klimov posts some photos from Sakhalin.
Teesra Pahiya on driving in an autorickshaw through Kathmandu.
Japan netizen found out some South Korea newspapers had done a nationalist photoshopping by erasing the Japanese National flag of a news photo – James from Japan Probe.
Nasrollah Kasraian,an international photographer, has just launched his personal site where you can see beautiful photos of Iranian people and places.
Syrian Looks takes us down Damascus’ old streets in this photo post.
Photos of Latvia – over at FotoLat.