Archive For The “Landscapes” Category
Rama Lake (Sango Sar) is a glacial water body on the eastern edge of the Nanga Parbat massif in the Astore District. It is about 1.7km (1.07miles) in circumference and is reachable by a hiking trail from Rama. Pictured here is a small pond on the main outlet of the lake.
Attabad Lake (Gojal Lake), was formed in 2010 as a result of a massive landslide. At the time, it was the fastest growing lake in the world and now stretches for 21km (13 miles) in the Hunza Valley. The lake’s turquoise waters hide a number of towns and villages that were submerged after the landslide….
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 was shot back in 2012 after a long hike in the Margalla Hills. Upon reaching the ridge at the top, this sight of the setting sun greeted us. The haze made it look like the moon and gave a beautiful monochrome glow to the surrounding area.
Rawal Lake is one of the best places to witness an Islamabad sunrise. This shot was taken there on a cold winter morning. The floating pier was barely a foot across and the I got within inches of it to shoot this.
Shot this after sunset at Lakeview Park, at the edge of Rawal Lake. Didn’t expect the colors to come out this great. Shows what you can achieve with magic light photography.
Had to literally run over a kilometer, back to this point, to catch the sunset. After getting the shot, ran all the way back so we could catch the train to Tashkent. Good memories.
The jagged and beautiful rock face around Shingri Top (12,700ft/3,840m), Kaghan Valley.
Another view of the fabled lake, Saiful Muluk, in Northern Pakistan’s Kaghan Valley.