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· August, 2007

Stories about Photos from August, 2007

Bahrain: Camera Jogging

Bahraini Ammaro takes his camera along for a jog and this is the result.

Producing traditional music in Benin

Benin couleurs posts photos of a Solidarite Internationale project to build a sound studio (Fr) that will produce traditional music.

Iran:Iranian historical buildings in 6 photos

Kosoof, a leading photo blogger, has published Iranian historical buildings in 6 photos.The blogger has given an explanation about each one.

Arabeyes: Who is Using the Tunisian Presidential Airplane?

The Tunisian presidential airplane and the 'unofficial' trips it takes to Europe and the fashion capitals of the world has attracted the scrutiny of the country's most outspoken bloggers. Who...

Chinese cartoon cops patrolling websites

From September, 1st, Beijing’s new virtual cops will be active on 13 of China’s portals, including China’s biggest blog-hosting services, Sohu.com and Sina.com. By the end of the year, the...

Iran: Cheetah Project and Beautiful Sabalan

The celebrated photo blogger Mohammad Darvish dazzles our eyes with a beautiful shot of Sabalan mountains in Northwestern Iran. What a wonderful way to start the week and continuing coverage...

Greece: On Fire

We've probably all heard it in the news by now: Greece is ablaze. Today the fires reached the ancient city of Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympics and home of...

UK, Caribbean: Colours of Notting Hill Carnival

Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's largest summer festival, is a celebration of both Caribbean culture and London's multicultural heritage. Images posted by various Flickr users give glimpses of the carnival's colours...

Trinidad & Tobago: Contemporary Art

“Caribbean contemporary art has never been more vibrant than it is now,” writes Adele at Thebookmann, as she discusses the work of Trinidadian artist, Ashraph.

Aruba: Stormy Weather

Arubagirl posts some photos of the bad weather the island has been experiencing.

Morocco: Peace Corps Bloggers Part 2

Due to the overwhelming response of last week's Introduction to Peace Corps Bloggers, Jillian York continues the series this week, showing you more bloggers - and more photos - from...

Jamaica: Surviving Dean

“It actually feels wrong to complain about the ‘agony’ of waiting 4 days to get back electricity just so that I can watch tv and surf the net. After all,...

Guyana: Georgetown is flooded

“This is the Demerara Cricket Club ground behind that wall – an enclosed wading pool with the slightest rain fall..it must now be a veritable lake,” writes Flickr user Chennette,...

Syria: Through the Bloggers’ Cameras

Hovic and Abd are two friends from Aleppo in northern Syria. They are also among the finest photo bloggers on the blogsphere. Hovic and Abd's Blogs, named, Syria Looks and...

Belize: Safe After Dean

“It was like nothing I have ever experienced. I always thought that a hurricane would be loud, but it was almost deafening at times.” Belize-y Livin’ recounts her experience of...

Trinidad & Tobago: Tourism Park

Haveworld posts photos from some of Trinidad and Tobago's popular tourist attractions.

Morocco: An Introduction to Peace Corps Bloggers

Morocco is home to a rather diverse group of English-language bloggers, as I'm sure you have observed. While many are native Moroccans utilizing their English skills and still others are...

Mali: Sand storms in Timbuktu

Rives du Niger posts photographs of sand storms in Timbuktu, where “winds of sands looks like clouds.”

Barbados, Jamaica: Dean Moves On

Cheese-on-Bread gives a Hurricane Dean update from Barbados: “When I heard on the news…that the all clear had been given I was surprised, 'cause in St. Michael the wind was...

Trinidad & Tobago: Caroni Bird Sanctuary

Haveworld posts some pictures from Trinidad's Caroni Bird Sanctuary.

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