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· May, 2007

Stories about Photos from May, 2007

Iran:How Iranian Girls Used to Wear Before Revolution

Here is a photo that shows how Iranian girls used to wear in University of Tehran before 1979 revolution and after that.

Cuba: Closure of Venezuelan TV Station

“The Venezuelan freight train toward a castro-style totalitarian dictatorship is gaining momentum at a frightening pace with the closure and confiscation of one of the few remaining independent media voices...

Iran: A Bloody Face Symbolizes the Violent Repression of Women

On Sunday a young woman in Tehran became the latest victim of the crackdown. Citizen reporters captured photographs of her bloodied face which were subsequently published on many Iranian weblogs....

A Return to Morocco, in Pictures

France/Maroc à VTT posts hundreds of vivid photographs of his journey back to Morocco, the country of his birth.

Arabeyes: The Middle East in Pictures

Today's Middle East in Pictures tour takes us to Dubai's lovely beaches, Doha at night, a picture of a flower in Bahrain, the blooming flower gardens of Syria this spring...

Trinidad & Tobago: Good Art

“I was so jolted by its delightful simplicity, directness and beauty…such poetry, such artifice and in a word, sublime.” Adele at the bookmann refers to the work of Henri Toulouse...

Haiti: Kite Season

Kite-flying is a favourite pastime in Haiti at this time of year: Logan In Haiti posts some photos.

Haiti, DR, Trinidad & Tobago: HIV in the Caribbean

“AIDS is a human disaster that we can no longer ignore, especially when it's in the backyard of the wealthiest country in the world,” writes Chris Hamilton, who traveled to...

Barbados, Jamaica: Buildings and Memories

Barbados In Focus takes a walk into his past with a wonderful flickr photo set of old buildings that bring back memories of his childhood. And despite overcast weather, Stet...

Barbados: Pictures from Senegal

Barbadian blogger Gallimaufry recently returned from a trip to Senegal and posts some photos from her jaunt.

Trinidad & Tobago: Preserving Architecture

Thebookmann, concerned about the disappearance of architecture with a Caribbean vernacular, posts photos of two old buildings in Trinidad and says: “Aiming to capture the title of the financial hub...

Jamaica: On the Waterfront

Stet conducts a tour down to the neglected Kingston waterfront: “I actually had a dream…of strolling along the boardwalk at dusk, coloured lights strung from the trees, kids running to...

Trinidad & Tobago: Fruit In Season

A range of mouth-watering fruit is in-season in Trinidad – Lifespan of a Chennette samples them wholeheartedly. (Posted with appetizing photos!)

Trinidad & Tobago: Asa Wright Photos

DeidreAnne posts a flickr photoset of images from the Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad.

Myanmar: Photos and Links Roundup

This week I came across a few good photos from Myanmar Bloggers so I compiled them as photo and link round up post. This image is from fifty viss blog...

Arabeyes: The Middle East in Pictures

From dealing with the death of dear friend - a horse - to news of how the seaside town of Mukalla is Yemen is turning into a soulless new construction...

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