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· March, 2009

Stories about Photos from March, 2009

France, Americas, Africa: The “Y'a Bon” Awards

On March 17th 2009, a group called les Indivisibles [Fr] launched the “Y'a Bon Awards”, a dubious honour bestowed upon politicians, journalists, or any public officials who have contributed to...

Bahrain: Lightning and Rain

It's raining in Bahrain and Hypnotic Verses captured lightning with her phone camera.

UAE: Mystery installations

Samuraisam has spotted strange installations in the middle of the desert in the UAE after a closer look at Google Earth maps. Help him find out what they are.

Iran: Iranian nature in photos

In Ariapars,Iranian blog, we can discover several photos from villages and nature in the southern province Khuzestan in Iran.

UAE: Russian Photoblogs From Burj al-Arab

LJ user sergeydolya posts pictures and shares impressions (RUS) of his stay at Dubai's Burj al-Arab, one of the world's most expensive hotels.

St. Lucia: Waclott Square

Repeating Islands Blog pays a visit to Derek Walcott Square in St. Lucia.

Trinidad & Tobago: A World of Orchids

From Trinidad and Tobago, My Chutney Garden says: “Orchid growing is not for the fainthearted.”

Kuwait: Send the Police Back to School

Kuwaiti 4th ring posts a photograph of a police car – where the word police is misspelt in both Arabic and English.

Qatar: The Museum of Islamic Art

Bint battuta in bahrain visits the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and offers her observations and photographs here. Dubai-based The Bohemians also visited the museum and posted this photograph.

Brazil: A Private Nature Reserve – Is It Possible?

Society demands green action and Brazil’s policy that motivates land onwers to join the National Conservation Units Systems is having a great impact on society. Under the program known as...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Savannah

From Trinidad and Tobago, Haveworld takes a stroll around the Queen's Park Savannah – and he has the photos to prove it.

Jordan: Photographs from Damascus

Jordanian Ali Dahmash is back from Damascus, Syria, and shares photographs he has taken there in this post.

Brazil: Controversial demarcation of indigenous land confirmed

Five indigenous tribes of Brazil have won a 30-year battle to reclaim 1.7 million hectares of their ancestral land in Roraima in the Amazon on the border to Venezuela and...

Trinidad & Tobago: Phagwa Pics

Nicholas Laughlin's blog etc. posts a flickr photoset of Trinidad and Tobago's 2009 Phagwa celebrations.

China: Shadow of Premier Wen

Mobiuswang posted a PS photo of the shadow of premier Wen Jiabao.

Saudi Arabia: A Well-Documented Sandstorm

Armed with their cameras and video cameras, bloggers in Saudi Arabia documented a massive sandstorm which covered the capital Riyadh, bringing visibility to only a few metres and life to...

Kuwait: Vintage Pictures

Mark, who lives in Kuwait, posts a few vintage photographs in this post.

Palestine: West Bank Obstacles

Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah posts an article on the obstacles which control the movement of Palestinians from the West Bank and notes: “There is only one place on earth where...

Egypt: Women Play Central Role in Struggle

Swedish blogger Per Bkorklund, who is based in Egypt, pays tribute to Egyptian women on the occasion of the International Women's Day with this post, which features the central role...

Dominica: Carib Village

Repeating Islands’ Blog pays a visit to Touna, a living Carib village in Dominica.

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