Monthly Archives: January 2014

And the Boys at the Wedding

In continuation to my yesterday’s post, today I present portraits of village boys. Opening with my nephew, who is not a village boy: Son of  cousin who lives next door to our house: A posed shot: A candid shot, also

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Posted in Culture, Kids, Photography, Portrait

Village Girls at the Wedding

At the wedding I posted yesterday, I shot several kids. To keep this post short, I will present little girls today. Boys will be featured tomorrow. The opening photo is of my niece. She is not a village girl but

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The Food Chain

I was at my village to attend wedding of my cousin. I was a traditional and simple affair. More on it some other time. My younger brother runs a small business named ‘The Food Chain’ in Lahore. It caters for

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Eyes on Macro

Had some fun with macro photography. Found a stem of a plant interesting enough to shoot. Following were shot with Nikkor 135mm and two extension tubes stacked, mounted on Fuji X-E1. 1. Focus set on infinity: 2. Loved the eyes

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Posted in Nature, Photography

And today a Fruit Shop

Pakistan is primarily an agricultural country and run from North to South. So we get all types of weather and hence the variety of fruits are produced in Pakistan. We feel truly blessed with this. Traditionally, we eat fresh fruits

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And the Beef Shop

My last post was about a road side Mutton shop. Today I present a road side Beef shop. A close up shot of the beef on display. The shop owner was happy to pose: Please note the character in red

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Naked Goats

A road side meat shop selling Lamb meat. When I tried to take a photograph the owner tried to stop me. You can see him to the left. However, he was stopping me jokingly saying: My goats are naked. Do

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