"For those of you that know me, you know the term “I’m at a loss for words” doesn’t normally come out of my mouth. I almost ALWAYS have an opinion or something to say or a comment to make (just ask my family … or my husband …). I mean I guess that’s one of the reasons why I started a blog. But sometimes you get submissions that really require no words, or really, quite honestly, leave me “at a loss for words”. Arfa & Irfan’s vibrant Pakistani wedding does just that. The colors, the rich textures, the traditions, the stunning beauty – it all literally jumps out of these images from Boraie Photography and really nothing I could write could ever compliment these images. So I’ll stop typing now and instead just leave you with some of the MOST GORGEOUS images you will see this week."

Capitol Romance

"Bonjour, my loves! If you’re like me, when the weather gets warm here in the Washington DC area, you always feel a little twinge of wanderlust. Behold, your answer! This vintage, Paris inspired bridal style session by Boraie Photography harkens back to the golden age of Paris in the 1920s. Crystal decanters, old radios, Louis XVI furniture and of course, delicious champagne and sweets provide visuals that made me sigh with delight."

United With Love




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"Karima Khalil here gathers images taken by herself and other photographer of these messages, showing their great variety, from the simple and repeated Irhal (“Leave”), written in a hundred different ways, to poems, rhyming slogans, puns, jokes, and tributes to the martyrs killed by security forces in the protests. These messages, captured by more than thirty photographers, form a compelling visual record of a people’s long suppressed hopes and desires."



Boraie took portrait photographs of Egyptian protesters in Tahrir Square from June 30 to the July 3.  'People from all walks of life are protesting. People from different social and economic status are gathering in Tahrir Square to bring down Morsy's government,' 
Jareen, CNN iReport producer