More from Iraq

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  1. chriswellner

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    Some recentish photos from a school opening and some Iraqi Army training.

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    Thanks for posting those photos! They really have a lot of flavor of the moments they represent. I thought the one of the water bottles and the pieces of cake and the bananas and oranges was very interesting--like it represented a happy, celebratory day in a place where a lot of the days look like they are pretty dismal and sucky.
     
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    These are impressive! :thumbup:
     
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    Well you're welcome.
    I added a few more that didn't work on the first try.
     
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    Dmitri No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice action shots, all of them.

    #2 great shot. looks like it could be a model in a real photo shoot.
    #8 great composition
    #19 is adorable!!!
    #20 So sweet.
    #22 great composition and colors

    Keep 'em coming, Chris, and keep yourself safe.
     
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    Woa (#16) kind of shocking to see them girls without the hijab. Is this a special school ?

    I like #19 as well, a little too centered.
     
  8. chriswellner

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    No just a normal school. I don't think they wear the hjab until they are married or reach a certain age.
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very nice captures, in a very interesting world :thumbup:
     
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    It's true they wear hijab in certain age or when they get mature enough. And I add not all of girls do commet to hijab.
    Nice pictures, I like them all.
     
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