Aug 20

I love capturing Landscapes of Pakistan

by in blog, Gilgit-Baltistan

DSC07434 450x301 I love capturing Landscapes of Pakistan

It happened in my childhood since I started capturing landscapes during my travels from a mini-amateur camera my father gifted me in grade 4.
The mountains, water, trees, sky and clouds everything fascinated me and still I am attracted towards them a part from capturing people and culture.
It rained that night in the Rama Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan and i got a beautiful but dark landscape to capture next morning.

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15 Responses to “I love capturing Landscapes of Pakistan”

  1. From Adam Axon:

    Thank you Daniel,

    The Internet is a much richer place with your contributions so keep up the great work!

    I look forward to learning more about Pakistan and yourself!


    Posted on 24. Aug, 2010 at 6:16 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Adam Axon: Hey Thanks brother :) I’ll be posting more of my travels here. :)
      Thanks for stopping by

      Posted on 25. Aug, 2010 at 8:55 pm #
  2. From Jiya:

    So this talent is inherent:)And the rest are just amazing outcomes of your love for nature and its photography:)

    Posted on 26. Aug, 2010 at 2:25 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Jiya: :) lol. not inherent but i always wanted to :)

      Posted on 29. Aug, 2010 at 3:06 pm #
  3. From Almdar:

    Great Brother, I belong to Bahawalpur(Punjab) Pakistan right now in KSA…I am a s/w developer just love very much the scenes you capture,, believe me you have amazing talent,,you just proved that we pakistanis are brilliant and the Pakistan is the land of Peace…Beautiful…

    Posted on 26. Sep, 2010 at 5:18 pm #
  4. From Danial Shah:

    @Almdar: Thanks a lot brother :) I have been to Bahawalpur thrice :) JazakAllah :)

    Posted on 01. Oct, 2010 at 8:18 pm #
    • From Almdar:

      Thanks for reply,,,
      And thanks for being in Bahawalpur,, if i would have been there in Bahawalpur when you were there then i shall show you the real beauty there because i know the places which are unknown yet but 200 Years before the beutiful houses still very beautiful and people are living there…..
      Actually i belong to “SARAIKI” area and i was listening Mansoor Malangi on youtube so i was amazed to watch the pictures on the videos,, i love villages and saraiki and wat u captured are amazing…
      I would really love to meet you when i shall be in Pakistan and i shall show you the real pure people and real pure places there,,, I daily watch your landscape capturing and just got the tears in my eyes why because you capture the REAL PAKISTAN,, Real LIFE that is village life….Please be in contact always….

      Posted on 02. Oct, 2010 at 2:08 pm #
  5. From Jalal HB:

    awe inspiring composition

    Posted on 15. Oct, 2010 at 6:43 am #
  6. From Ehsan:

    hey Danial…
    I am a Dr working currently at Lady reading hospital,Peshawar…
    while looking for something at facebook , i came across your site,
    Brilliant effort man…fantastic…
    I am basically from Dera ismail Khan,the last City of NWFP at southern border connected with punjab…am saraiki speaking
    I have been the member of Khyber medical college,peshawar & team leader hiking expedition 2009 to Upper kaghan valley lakes during my college days…
    I love my country & I love capturing Landscapes of Pakistan…
    I will send you my own pics too soon….
    but your photography is raelly impressive…
    keep it up man…
    My Best wishes & prayers are you…
    Have a blessed life & brilliant future..Aamen.

    Posted on 29. Jan, 2011 at 7:49 am #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Ehsan: hey Dr. Ehsan: Thanks a llot bro for taking time out and reading my blog!. I am glad to hear about your adventures! Do share your photos once you upload them :) keep it up!

      Posted on 02. Feb, 2011 at 9:13 pm #
  7. From Asad Kaleem:

    My dear friend,

    It was really good to read about you and ‘how it all started’. I appreciate the good work you have been doing since you were in grade 4 ;). I would like to commend and thank your father for making the best decision of his life by giving you such present. I feel lucky to have you as a friend – it always give a pleasant feeling to have people like you nearby :)! You have been our inspiration – keep up the good work. Lastly, I would like to see you working on your Autobiography very soon. May Allah guide you with all the success and glory – Aameen!

    Posted on 08. Aug, 2011 at 12:38 am #
    • From danialshah:

      @Asad: I am happy to read your comments Asad. Its always great to have such appreciative comments specially by the closed ones. Its because of good friends and people like you that what i am today and what will i be tomorrow. Just keep praying that Allah gives me the ability to handle whatever failure and success i come across in life :). My Autobiography needs more time brother, i am too young for that, dont you think that? hehe
      Thank you!

      Posted on 08. Aug, 2011 at 10:16 am #
  8. From ashok dilwali:

    Dear Mr Shah
    I thank HIMAL through which I came to learn about you and the wonderful work you are doing in Pakistan. May Almighty bless you with more and more success. As a photographer based In New Delhi and with immense love for the Himalayas, I was amply rewarded to see your wonderful work.
    I have made a note of your site and shall be looking at it from time to time for inspiration and enjoyment and see those parts of Himalayas and Karakoram which our politicians would never allow people like us to see. But I can see them through our work, thanks to internet.
    Wishing you well with warm regards, dear brother, keep well!
    Ashok Dilwali

    Posted on 01. Jun, 2014 at 7:40 pm #

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