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· November, 2007

Stories about Photography from November, 2007

The BOBs: And the winners are…

You've waited with bated breath. You've sat by your computer. Perhaps you've even flown to Berlin…that's right, Berlin, where the awards ceremony for The BOBs (Best of Blogs), a competition...

Uganda: Are you ready for CHOGM?

Ugandan bloggers (popularly known as the Blogren) gear up for the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, worry about the latest developments in the north and keep tabs on their favorite...

Russia: Moscow City and Its ‘Gastarbeiter’ (Photos)

Charles Ganske of Russia Blog goes up to the 35th floor of the Federation Tower and takes pictures of the Moscow City, “the largest construction project in Europe.” LJ user...

Ukraine: Ruined History

Olechko writes about and posts photos of Olyka and Klevan: “Two rival towns going back in sixteen hundreds now are ruins with a palace/castle and a cathedral each. One castle...

Armenia: Election Play

The Armenian Patchwork reports and posts photos on a series of theatrical plays which form part of civil society's preparations for the February presidential election in Armenia.

Iran: A photo from Autumn in country

Kosoof, a leading photo blogger, has published a photo from Iranian nature in Autumn.

Brazil: Morality, homophobia, ethics or hipocrisy?

After a popular tour throughout the country, everything was ready for the opening of the photo exhibition Heróis (Heroes) by Luiz Garrido, in Brasília, capital of Brazil. This time, the...

Slovenia, U.K.: Borut Peterlin's Work

Jennifer Dorroh writes about the work of Slovenian photojournalist Borut Peterlin, currently on exhibit in London.

Palestine: Trees Destroyed

Aquacool, from Tunisia, posts a picture from Palestine, showing destruction of huge amounts of trees on the road from Jerusalem to Bethlehem.

Romania: Equire, Issue 3

Owlspotting previews the third issue of the Romanian edition of Esquire.

Georgia: End of a Fairy Tale?

It couldn't have come at a worse time with all three republics in the South Caucasus gearing up for elections to be held next year. Georgia, considered a beacon of...

Uganda: Remembering Bangi

The death of a popular Ugandan radio personality, Wilfred Bangirana, on Sunday has the blogren fondly remembering his talents as an oldies DJ.

Kyrgyzstan: Horse Games

The Azamat Report offers a photo-post on the At-Chabysh traditional horse games in Issykul province of Kyrgyzstan.

Tajikistan: Travelogue Impressions

There is interesting story of an American woman who travels around Tajikistan and writes a travelogue. It seems like she is not really happy with the service in this country...

Libya: Funny Pictures

Libyan blogger AngloLibyan brings us funny pictures (Ar) from Egypt.

Russia: Togliatti Bus Explosion

On Oct. 31, a bomb exploded on a bus packed with morning commuters in the southern Russian city of Togliatti, killing eight people and wounding 50. Russian bloggers discuss the...

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