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Monday, October 22, 2007

Open Shutters Iraq

Shot with Olympus E510
In the spring of 2007 a group of 8 Iraqi women and a six year old child participated in a unique creative event. Using digital photography, the women set out at considerable risk to make deeply personal and emotional photo stories of their lives in Iraq, now.

You can see these photographs outside the Mayor's offices by Tower Bridge up until the 2nd November. Their website is here.

I am away on holiday so will be unable to respond until the 27th October. Usual magic keeps things appearing each day.

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 6

Comments on "Open Shutters Iraq"


Blogger Michael Salone said ... (06:12) : 

I'll get back to their website in a bit, but had to find out if you are STILL on vacation or is this a new one? One might think you are actually French with all of this vacation you're taking! ;-)


Blogger TORUĊƒ DAILY PHOTO said ... (11:41) : 

A great idea for an exhibition!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (13:40) : 

Nice way to present the photos.


Blogger Unknown said ... (18:40) : 

I think he's turning le Francais i think he's turning le Francais, i really think so...

Great photo, good idea. Where ARE you. I'd better not find out you'd been near me and hadn't met for a coffee... lol


Blogger Michael Salone said ... (21:20) : 

Lynn you crack me up...


Blogger Tomate Farcie said ... (03:18) : 

What a great idea!! My hat off to these women, by the way.


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