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23. Aug, 2011

Wallpaper : Water Stream from Azad Kashmir

Wallpaper : Water Stream from Azad Kashmir

wallpaper water splash pakistan Wallpaper : Water Stream from Azad Kashmir

I am uploading a wallpaper from my Pakistan series after quite a long time. Previously i intended to upload monthly wallpapers but then didn’t see any charm in that and then i descided to upload wallpapers randomly with no specific time duration involved.

This picture is one of my recent experiment of a long exposure shot taken at one of the water stream flowing in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.

Download your wallpaper by right clicking  on the picture above and  click “Save Target as / Save link as” .

Enjoy icon smile Wallpaper : Water Stream from Azad Kashmir

-Danial

09. Aug, 2010

Month of Independence – United Pakistan

Month of Independence – United Pakistan

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This is the month of Independence for Pakistanis and Pakistan is going to be 63 within no more then 2 weeks. I can see the white and green everywhere. People have not yet lost their hopes despite of many things going around in the country.

I had a photo session with these two kids in the town of Bhit Shah, Sindh – Pakistan. I went there for a normal shoot in sindh while they caught me for their photo, and we tried different poses to get a good one.

To me, this photo shows unity, independence, friendship and brother hood.


20. Jul, 2010

The Ajrak Art of Sindh

The Ajrak Art of Sindh
DSC03386 301x450 The Ajrak Art of Sindh

The Stamping of Ajrak in Sun Light

Ajrak, The block printed Shawls, a hallmark of Indus Civilization with special design and pattern, made through a very long process that makes it unique and keeps in long lasting.

I stumbled upon one of the Ajrak Making centers while traveling in Bhit Shah, Sindh. The town famous for its shrine of Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, a Muslim Sufi scholar and saint considered as one of the greatest poet of Sindhi Language.

I only got to see one of the many processes of Ajrak Making, that was Stamping of the colors, the navy blue and maroon.
I still have an intention to travel back there and capture the whole processes one single Ajrak goes through, to make it wearable.

I have seen people using it as shawls, wall hanging, on key chains, clothing, oh and I have a book mark bought from the Forum Mall Karachi that has Ajrak Art on it icon smile The Ajrak Art of Sindh

It as an Art, and we all should own it as well as promote it Nationally and Internationally. It goes through too many Human Hard work.