Peshrew Shwani is a Kurdish journalist in Kirkuk. He and his friend, Salar Ardalani, sent in snapshots of their home town. This is the Kirkuk skyline at sunset.
Young girls heading to the shops in a Kurdish area of Kirkuk.
Peshrew points out there isn't a lot for young people to do in Kirkuk.
Boys diving into the River Khasa, just outside Kirkuk.
Peshrew says Saddam Hussein's forces used Kirkuk Castle, a symbol of Kurdish history, as a military base from which they controlled the area.
A turkey on a farm outside Kirkuk. The turkey is a popular bird on Kirkuk dinner tables, especially in winter.
A broken down Iraqi army tank that children have painted on as a colourful protests against war. It sits in the middle of the road from Kirkuk to Suleimaniya.
A local beauty spot, Chami Razan, in the mountains in Kirkuk province. People visit for picnics.