Stories about Photography from June, 2008
24th May 2008 was sort of a remarkable day in the blogging circle in New Delhi and National Capital Region as Indian Blog and New Media Society, in collaboration with its local partners Delhi Blog and New Media Society, organised Delhi's first BlogCamp. Months of planning and organising didn't go...
Sina.com blogger EastIsRed66, who appears to be an employee of the Wolong Nature Reserve in Wenchuan, Sichuan, the hardest-hit area in last month's earthquake, has recently started a blog and has been posting photos of the eight Olympic Pandas who once lived there.
Mikhail posts his new photos from the trips around Kazakhstan, focusing on the contrasts of nature of Kazakhstan.
Mayotte, l'île au lagon [Fr] shares photos of Mayotte, in blue.
In an interview, Congolese journalist and blogger Cedric Kalonji explains why a picture's worth a thousand words.
Rodrigo Alvares [pt] publishes an amusing picture of a banner in support of Ivan, The Terrible for São Paulo's council. Note the mention of Orkut, YouTube and other social media tools. With heavy sarcasm, because of the latest developments of elections regulations that saw bloggers having to delete banners, the...
Mikhail posts his new photos from the trips around Kazakhstan, this time focusing on the contrasts of nature of Kazakhstan.
Ampontan introduces a Shinto rite called photograph memorial service and festival hold by the Ozaka Shinto shrine.
Lifelines posts photographs from yesterday's marking of International Children's Day in Armenia. In the first post, the blog posts photographs from the annual chalk-drawing in Yerevan's Liberty Square, and in the second it posts photographs from an Armenian Dance Sport Competition.