The Badshahi Masjid, or King’s Mosque, is a small mosque located at the western edge of the 16th century Rohtas Fort. Next to the mosque is the Kabuli gate which overlooks the Kahan River.
The morning sun casts its rays across the icy meadows of Paye and over Makra Peak. In March, the rolling green meadows are covered in several meters of snow and pose quite an obstacle for anyone attempting to reach the top.
An Improbable Journey A few weeks back I received an invite from Maaz for a winter expedition to climb Makra Peak. We had planned similar expeditions before, only to have them canceled at the last minute for one reason or another. So, despite already having an extremely busy schedule, I accepted the invite with a […]
The moon rises over Nanga Parbat and Fairy Meadows, bathing the amazing landscape in a magical glow. Shot using a Fisheye lens, in almost complete darkness and biting cold weather.
The mighty Nanga Parbat (8,126 m/26,660 ft), as seen from Buhl Camp (locally pronounced as Biyaal Camp). The camp is named after Hermann Buhl, the first person to successfully climb the deadly mountain. The mountain’s north face (Raikot Face) that can be seen here looks deceptively small, yet is roughly 4000 meters (4km or 2.5 […]
The River Indus originates in the highest sections of the Himalayas and lends its name to a major world religion (Hinduism), a group of languages and a whole subcontinent. For over 300km, it flows next to the world’s highest paved international highway, the Karakoram Highway (KKH). At Raikot, the highway crosses north and continues on […]