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· December, 2010

Stories about Photography from December, 2010

Maldives: The Tsunami Monument

Photoblog //Sub/Corpus Photos posts a picture of “the Tsunami Monument, perhaps one the most photographed structure in Malé, built in memory of the Maldivians who lost their lives in the...

South Asia: Looking Back at the Citizen Media Storylines in 2010

You cannot leave South Asia region out of the picture as with nearly twenty three percent of the world's population, events in this region exert an enormous impact on the...

Bahamas: Junkanoo colours

Bahamaboy posts images of Junkanoo — the traditional year-end masquerade celebrated in Nassau and other parts of the Bahamas — at Flickr.

U.S.A.: Liveblogging in the Middle of New York Storm

A Russian Livejournal blogger Etotam can't reach his home for two days due to snow storm in New York. He is liveblogging and posting pictures [RUS] from his car in...

Argentina: Photoblog “Buenos Aires Daily” Captures Life in the Argentinean Capital

Buenos Aires Daily publishes pictures of life in the Argentinean capital. The description for the December 24th photo reads: “The streets of Buenos Aires are often filled with people like...

Japan: Celebrating the Emperor's Birthday

Today is a national holiday to celebrate Emperor Akihito's birthday. Bruce Meyer-Kenny at Demotix posted some images from the celebration at the Imperial Palace. The Emperor is now 77 years...

India: Chakrata in Pictures

Anil Yadav travels to Chakrata in Uttarakhand, India and tells a story of rural life through pictures.

India: Travel tales from Ooty

Blogger and travel writer Charukesi visited Ooty recently and tells a tale of a not-much widely-known Ootea festival through her camera lenses.

Lebanon in the eyes of an Iranian photo-blogger

Mohmmad Reza Hassani is an Iranian professional photographer and photo-blogger who has lived and worked since 2009 in Lebanon. His photo blog has become a source to discover Iran-related affairs...

India: Photographs from a Winter Morning

Anil Advani at Anil's Space On The Net shares some beautiful pictures from Delhi, captured on a winter morning.

Uruguay: Images of December in Montevideo

Julio F has updated his blog Images of Montevideo and Uruguay with photos of December in Montevideo: the Matriz cathedral, the Harbor Market (in Spanish, “Mercado del Puerto”) and the...

Iran: Ashura in photos

Zohre has published several photos on Ashura ceremony in Iran.

India: Churches in Kerala

In A Travel Blog of an Indian Backpacker, blogger & travel writer Lakshmi shares some interesting photographs of various churches in Kerala, India.

India: Capturing Images in the Fog

Arun at India Travel Blog shares some useful tips about how best to capture landscapes, when taking photographs in foggy weather.

Iran: A Bride in photos

Iranian citizen media does not talk only politics and protest but also life and love. Zohre Sadrynejad, an Iranian female photo blogger shared with us artistic images from a marriage...

Demotix and Global Voices join forces

This week we're announcing a new partnership between Global Voices and Demotix - the award-winning citizen photojournalism platform. Wherever it makes sense, we will use their images, and they will...

Africa: Photos of Urban Africa

African Digital Art has posted some fascinating photos of urban Africa from Urban Africa, a popular Flickr group that showcases growing urban life in various African cities.

Bangladesh: The Real Crowd

Jerome at Bangladesh, Canada And Beyond explains with pictures what is meant as “crowd” in Bangladesh.

Digital historical archive Japan Air Raids

Cary Karacas and Bret Fisk [ja] run the digital historical archive Japan Air Raids. The site, available in English and Japanese, is “an ongoing project to build a digital archive...

Russia: More Photos of Nationalist Riot Near Kremlin

LiveJournal-user Zyalt [RUS] and DervishRV [RUS] published more photo reports of riots of soccer fans and nationalists that took place next to the Kremlin's wall in Moscow. After the protest has been...

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