Taken with the trusted Fuji X-E1 & Zeiss 21/4.5 combo.
The normal eye color in Pakistan is black or very dark brown. Some has light brown and even fewer would have real light color. I have never seen blue eyes here. However, rarely I do see green eyes. A family member is lucky enough to have not one but two kids (twins) with beautiful green eyes. Here are few shots.
With their proud mother:
On a different day:
One with his uncle (on his wedding day):
And the other one:
And I could not resist:
We have a saying which describes someone as straight (in social dealings with fellow human beings) as Jalebi. Jalebi is the name of a popular sweet in Pakistan as well as in several other countries.
A paste of wheat flour batter in squeezed out of a cotton bag in circular shape and deep fried in oil:
It is fried until it becomes crunchy:
It is then taken out and soaked sugar syrup. Sorry, no photo.
It is served hot and is quite popular.
When in doubt and out of material, do cat. Our cat has become big, furry and lazy.
My Eye’s View:
And Cat’s Eye View. It was like it is saying, ‘Don’t Disturb Me’.
Let me sleep:
Just returned after attending an engagement. It was arranged in the lawns of a local restaurant. The atmosphere was pleasant. Here are a few shots.
A bird house:
Venue from the outside:
And the stage all set for the ceremony to start:
It rained and weather has become very pleasant. My little garden looked fresh and inviting. Some macro shots.
The purple one:
My second favorite of today’s session:
And the favorite shot:
All shots take with Fuji X-E1 and 55mm micro Nikkor. Some sharpening has been done.
Recently, during a wedding, the greater family got together and enjoyed a barbeque. We arraanged right on the street as it is a dead end street.
A view from the roof top:
From the ground level:
Making sure the food is being cooked right:
And complete with a guest:
It was fun and we enjoyed a lot.