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· January, 2008

Stories about Photography from January, 2008

Azerbaijan: Something Fishy

After posting about fish swimming up water pipes and clogging up faucets, Carolyn & Jesse's Azerbaijan Peace Corps Blog now posts a photograph of the culprits.

Armenia: Tattoos

The Armenian Patchwork posts photographs documenting a tattoo artist in Yerevan, the Armenian capital. Although the country can be quite conservative, interest in tattoos has grown over the years and...

Hong Kong: Artists’ Nude Photos

Some nude photos of two local artists were put on net via overseas website, now the Hong Kong police is investigating the uploading sources – more from ESWN.

Yemen: Historical Monuments

From Yemen, Omar Barsawad introduces us to two historical monuments from his country.

Armenia: On The Campaign Trail

In another post on my Armenia Election Monitor 2008 there is coverage and photographs of the campaign of another presidential candidate, Vahan Hovannisian, ahead of next month's vote.

Qatar: Strange Lights Over Doha

Qatar's bloggers are looking at the night's skies trying to understand what the strange bouncing lights a blogger captured with her camera phone are all about. Is it a UFO,...

Bangladesh: Cinema, politics, health, photography and history

Cinema: The Bangladeshi film industry nicknamed Dhallywood used to produce decent films for the Bangladeshi society. But with the competition of superior quality pictures from Hollywood and Bollywood, which conquered...

Uruguay: Photography from Around the Country

Martin Balao of introduces a site comprised of pictures from 15 Uruguayan photographers [es].

Armenia: On The Campaign Trail

My Armenia Election Monitor 2008 has accounts and photographs of meetings with voters now that the official pre-election campaign period in Armenia is finally underway. In the first three, rallies...

Iran:Photos for Peace

Photos for Peace calls itself a photo-sharing network of activists dedicated to stopping the United States from starting a war with Iran.

Nepal: Smile!

Nepal Smiles aspires to get together three hundred photographs of smiling Nepali children by the end of 2008. :)

Ghana: African Cup of Nations photos

David Ajao posts photos from the Africa Cup of Nations 2008: “You can click on the photos on this page to link to the rest of the photos or click...

Cambodia: High Dynamic Range images of Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh based blogger Mythical Dude shares some High Dynamic Range images of the city of the city on his Flickr page.

Libya: Tripoli Buildings

From Libya, Khadija Teri posts pictures of buildings in the capital, Tripoli.

Morocco: Artisian Exposition

Live Peace Morocco shares photos from a recent artisan exposition in Rabat.

China: Little Match Girl

Andersen's story of “Little Match Girl” has a real-life Chinese version in Guiyang (zh). The 8 years old girl's family make their living by collecting rubbish. On 20 of Jan,...

China: Flowers in the Press Conference

Imagethief notices the flower addiction in Chinese Press Conference.

Egypt: Congrats Kim

Egypt's Ibn Al Dunya congratulates Egyptian American photographer Kim Badawi for winning the Arab Media & Society competition for best photography.

Armenia: Presidential Election Monitor

My Armenia Election Monitor 2008 blog is now fully up and running and in cooperation with GV Author The Armenian Observer, it is anticipated that a weekly round up of...

Iran:Kamran Ashtary's Photos,a world not to miss

Kamran Ashtary,photographer and designer has launched his own site. There are fascinating photos about Iran and Iranians in this site.Kamran and his wife,Tori Egherman,recently published “View from Iran” book.

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