Monthly Archives: June 2014

Dying Beauty

Beauty remains beautiful, even when dying. I just love this Sonnar lens. Enjoy.

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Posted in Nature, Photography

Orb-ed

A good friend of mine who never minds the liberties I take: Enjoy

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Posted in Photography, Portrait

Portrait by Window Light

Shot in the living room using natural light coming through the window: This my favorite spot and pictures come out nice. No post processing. Shot with Fuji X-E1 and Zeiss 50mm/1.5 Sonnar.

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Posted in Family, Portrait

Die in Style

Back to Necropolis of Makli, Pakistan. I have posted before about the large and old Necropolis in Thatha, Pakistan. A large number of rulers and saints are buried here. See the glory of these dead rulers: Stepping back a bit:

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Posted in History, Photography, Travel

New Toy

Got a new toy: Got to learn the new interface. At least I got GIMP installed and working.

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Old City Hyderabad

Hyderabad is located some 160km from Karachi is ancient capital of the province Sind. The word Sind is derived from Hind or Indus. There is an old fort and at one time the entire population lived inside. Located this beautiful

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Posted in Culture, History, Photography

Guava in Macro

Take it from an expert in Laziness: When feeling Lazy, Do Macro I have a small Guava fruit plant in my front yard. Feeling bored and lazy, I decided to have some more macro fun and mounted 35/2 Nikkor +

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Posted in Nature, Photography