Monthly Archives: March 2014

And today the bicycle riders

And today a couple of bicycle riding folks: Carrying low density load: I like the next one, taken at close distance almost at 90 degrees. I liked the profile of the old man and therefore have darken the image: Enjoy.

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133 riders

What a carefree life these youngsters have: Although risky and against the law but I like the enjoyment on their faces. Enjoy.

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Hard Riding

Some people live a very hard life: I think he picks up stuff from the streets (which others throw away) and then sells it somewhere. I always admire these brave people who chose to work hard than to beg. I

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Macro Spring

By now you must have noticed that I like to take macro shots of flowers, plants and such. Here is a recent shot: And I also like to play with conversion to black and white and try to simulate film

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How do you use your umbrella?

I do not about you guys but this is how we use our umbrella: What else do you expect from an Aerospace Engineering Department? Enjoy.

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Free Risk Travelling

As opposed to¬† ‘ Travelling Risk Free ‘ A very common scene across Pakistan. Enjoy. Crop from a shot taken with Fuji X-E1 and Zeiss 21/4.5 lens.

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Big Jugs

It is very common in Pakistan to buy fresh milk, boil it at home and then drink. Many of us do not like the taste of processed milk. Also, milk of buffalo is preferred over that of cow. Cow meat

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