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Powerboat Grand Prix

Few photos from UIM F1 H20 Powerboat Grand Prix of Qatar. I don’t know much about these races, I was just walking on Doha’s corniche and I found these boats going at it. I couldn’t miss the opportunity to take few photos with my A7S and 70-300G with the A to E mount adapter.

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Photo Essay: Iran’s Jews

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There are an estimated 9,000 Jews, who remain in Iran today. Many of them live in the capital Tehran. But others have remained in ancient cities like Esfahan, Shiraz, Tabriz and Hamedan.

In Esfahan, not far from from Al-Aqsa Mosque along Palestine Street, stands a synagogue but is hidden from the street behind a one-story high concrete fence.

Along Chahar Bagh Street, Jewish shops openly sell their wares. One shop owner said that many of his relatives have moved to Israel and the US. But for him, Iran is still home.

Originally posted on Ted Regencia Reports:

In his March 3 speech before the US Congress, where he made the case against a US nuclear deal with Iran, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recalled the life of Esther, also known as Haddasah, and the Persian plot to “destroy the Jewish people 2,500 years ago.”

According to the biblical narrative, Esther discovered the plot and ordered the hanging of the Persian viceroy Haman and his sons. That part of Esther’s biblical story became the basis of Purim, one of the most important Jewish celebrations. This year, this festival of salvation is celebrated today, March 4.

Like Haman, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei is also bent on destroying the Jewish people and their homeland of Israel, Netanyahu said.

What Netanyahu did not mention was that Esther, was married to Ahasuerus, also referred to as Xerxes, a Persian ruler of the pre-Islamic Achaemenid Empire. Following her marriage, Esther, an…

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Instagram essay

While I was waiting for the Tour of Qatar 2015 second stage to start, I was approached by few fishermen based in Al Wakrah Port. After greetings and some small talk, the idea of a photo essay for Instagram played with my imagination. I quickly took out my Xperia Z3 Compact, switched to B&W and started taking photos. All the images are as shot with the phone using the Camringo Lite app (which I strongly recommend) and with no edits.

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