The red planet offers some breathtaking views, thanks to its rust-infested atmosphere. However, the scenes must be even more captivating when seen together with earth plant life and manmade structures. This is what it might look like: Ok, it’s actually an infrared image, without the processing that exchanges blue and red color channels. However, it […]
Infrared shot of a quiet and relatively untouched part of Islamabad. Fatima Jinnah Park is situated in the heart of the capital city. Besides the developed parts, the park retains pockets of untouched nature where a number of wildlife species have made a home. Shot this on a slow day by climbing down from the […]
This is Irshad, a local boy from Malam Jabba, the more famous of Pakistan’s ski resort. He sells snacks to tourists that are starting to return after years of unrest. Many people I have met from this region have distinct features, such as gray or green eyes. The resort is situated in the Swat Valley […]
Balochistan is Pakistan’s largest, most mineral-rich and least explored province. Its population consists of a number of different tribes with unique traditions and dresses. Here is a Baloch, adorned in traditional robes and headgear.
Abbasi Masjid is a mid-19th century mosque, situated in front of the main gate to Derawar Fort. This was shot late at night soon after we arrived for the Cholistan desert rally.
Tent pegging is a traditional Pakistani sport that involves a rider on horseback galloping at full speed and skewering an inch-wide wooden peg. This shot was taken at a tent-pegging event held in Islamabad’s F-9 park.
A friend of mine recently swapped his SUV for something sleeker (and surprisingly economical). His BMW 5-series is lovely on the eyes and the drive isn’t bad either. We attended a wedding out in a village near Swabi and the sudden downpour left the vehicle with a nice and shiny look. I realized later that […]
The northeastern corner battlement of Derawar Fort. Spotted this angle while out on a stroll in the Cholistan desert, some time after midnight. The full moon was just above the battlement and the floodlights were still on. A few minutes later, the lights turned off so any later and the shot would have been lost.