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Tag Archives: water
I just noticed that it’s almost exactly a year ago that I first set up Developing Pictures and posted to this blog. So, to mark this momentous anniversary, I thought I’d just share a list of the 24 posts that … Continue reading →
I took the above photo in Pakistan’s Sindh province in towards the end of last year. I was there for the Department for International Development, looking at how humanitarian aid from the UK was helping some of the 20million people … Continue reading →
OK, so I’m a few days late with the whole ‘look back at 2010/look forward to 2011’ blog-post thing. But for my first post of the new year, I can’t help but write some more about the two big natural … Continue reading →
So today is Blog Action Day, an annual event aimed at getting people around the world talking online about a single issue. This year that chosen issue is ‘water’. Why water? Well, I’ll let Blog Action Day answer that one: Right … Continue reading →