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 Po-i-Kalyan mosque complex is a historic site that was rebuilt after Genghis Khan’s invasion. The Kalyan Minaret can be seen in the background.
Spotted this mass of colors in Islamabad, while coming back from a photo shoot some time back. These inflatable toys may seem uninteresting on their own, but combined with a few dozen others of their kind, they form a lovely rainbow on wheels.
The winged “B” emblem and hood ornament of a Bentley Continental reflect the golden rays of the setting sun. Shot at the 2013 Auto Show, sponsored by PakWheels and held in Islamabad, Pakistan.
PakWheels is Pakistan’s biggest portal for automobiles. Every year, they organize an auto show that sees vintage, sports and other types of cars from all over Pakistan. This year’s show was held at Islamabad’s Lakeview Park. This Cadillac Fleetwood caught my eye and was one of the coolest looking cars around.
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.
These beautiful wooden columns surround the mausoleum of Imam Bukhari in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
Last weekend we had planned to camp at the hilltop lake and meadow known as Paye (the second and more impressive part of the Siri Paaye area). Located in the Kaghan Valley, Siri Pae lies above the hilltop resort of Shogran and under the shadow of Makra Peak (about 3,600 meters/12,000 feet above sea level). […]