Stories about Photos from March, 2008
Kosoof, a leading photo blogger from Iran, has published a photo of Mount Damavand,a dormant volcano and the highest peak in Iran.
“Morocco's melon season is about to start. But the bad news is that the melons that appear in the souqs are the ones that Europe doesn't want. The Moroccan melon varieties are grown principally for export,” writes The View from Fez.
Libyan A. Adam posts a photograph of a palm tree in the desert and asks: “this is Libya just like a palm tree in the desert. just one question for libyan people like me, what makes u love Libya???”
Yemeni Omar Barsawad spends his morning with the seagulls and shares his experience in this post – with pictures!
Okay4u, a blogger from Iran, has published several photos from northern forests of Iran. The blogger says that this part of country can become a tourist attraction but Iranian authorities do not care about it.
The Iranian police launched a huge operation to “elevate security in society” last year. The police arrested, tortured and humilated many people who were called “thugs”. Jomhour has published several photos of this operation.
You can watch Iranian women in Baluchestan in 18 photos in Chn Photo.
Zeinobia from Egypt updates us about the university professors strike.
The popular image of multi-culturalism as a mosaic, a salad bowl in which different cultures mix but keep their integrity, is misleading. Cultures are more like soups, flavored with many ingredients, some identifiable. –From the book ‘Cultures and societies in a changing world,’ written by Wendy Griswold. Taiwan has a...
Lifespan of a Chennette blogs about Dhal (a beloved dish of both Trinidad & Tobago and Guyana) and posts a helpful recipe.
For Tibetan independence movement, most Taiwanese support and sympathize Tibetans, and many people changed their twitter profile figure to the flag of Tibet which represents Tibetan independence movement. ‘Free Tibet’ (Photo courtesy of skydaughter.) Many artists, writers, musicians, and social movement participants held ‘Bringing love to Tibet’ to pray for...
Zoula blogs photos of peasants’ life in rural China[zh] in spring time.
The holiday of Purim celebrates the triumph of the Jewish people over those who seek and sought their destruction. Purim is a joyful holiday celebrated with costumes, festivities, good food, and much drinking, writes Maya Norton, from Israel.
Damon Lynch in asianreflection presents Iran in several slides/photos.
Mohammad has published several photos from Iranian New Year,Norouz, and its tradition.
Jordan was shrouded with a cloud of dust, says Tololy, who posts a picture.
Lova writes about Ethiopian painters campaigning to end early marriage, through art.
BibliOdyssey selected and reposted some Ancient Toy Design pictures from the Ningyo-Do Bunko Database.
Mach 7, 2008 is a special day for Taiwan. It's not for the coming presidential election, but for 2008 IBAF Final Olympic Qualification Tournament(zh) The tournament is being played in Mid-Taiwan! While soccer is the national sports of most countries in the world, baseball is the pride of Taiwan. Once...
Negha, a photo blogger, has published several photos of birds from “Isfahan bird's garden” in Iran. There are 5000 birds in this garden.
Corruption-free Anguilla blogs about “Anguilla’s newest landscape features”.