Aug 10

Observing Last Beam of Light Hitting the Peak

by in Food for Thought, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

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Hindukush Mountains in Kuragh near Chitral, Pakistan


I made it my habit everyday during my stay around Hindukush Mountains to observe the Sun setting behind and experiencing last beam of light hitting the closest mountain. The feeling of belonging and closeness to the nature is beyond explaining.

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10 Responses to “Observing Last Beam of Light Hitting the Peak”

  1. From fatimah:

    It’s beautiful I used to do this at the Karachi Seaview beach. Pollution makes for a riot of colours.

    Posted on 10. Aug, 2011 at 9:45 am #
  2. From abdulazizansari:

    Beautiful, breathtaking view.
    So peaceful, So serene.
    This is the world Allah SWT made for us.
    (And what have we made it today)

    Posted on 10. Aug, 2011 at 11:19 am #
    • From danialshah:

      @Abdul Aziz Ansari: :) True, Mashallah

      Posted on 19. Aug, 2011 at 6:24 pm #
  3. From Saghir A. Khatri:

    Salam danial bhai
    awesome work….

    btw i love observe the last beam of light hitting ocean…..

    spcially that change of color from white to yello to orange to dark…..

    transition from yellow to orange is gr8… u knw :p

    Saghir A. Khatri

    Posted on 16. Aug, 2011 at 5:04 am #
    • From danialshah:

      @Saghir: there you go. was waiting for your comments :) oh yes you are right about colors of the sky in ocean :) WOWOWOW

      Posted on 19. Aug, 2011 at 6:23 pm #
  4. From Nida Ahmad:

    Amazing pictures, truly breathtaking. I just discovered your flickr (where you also post pictures) and they are so beautiful. I was having a bad day but after reflecting on the beauty of Allah’s creation.

    The best gift Allah can give a person is to open their eyes to their surroundings and truly reflect, think and contemplate.

    I am in expatriate, living in the middle of usa, but born in karachi and love to see the beauty of it.

    Well captured Danial Shah. Truly.

    Posted on 19. Aug, 2011 at 5:02 pm #
    • From danialshah:

      Hey Nida, Shukria. Thank you :) Glad to know that you were born in Karachi. Do you visit Pakistan or you’re completely settled in states?
      I am glad that my pictures took away your bad day :) Thanks a lot for appreciating my work :)

      Posted on 19. Aug, 2011 at 6:21 pm #
      • From Nida Ahmad:

        Hey Danial,

        Oh, definitely I visit Pakistan! I only visit Karachi because most of my relatives live there. But I have traveled in my childhood to Lahore, Peshawar and Islamabad. Last time I visited was back in 2007 and plan on visiting again soon! while until then I can enjoy your pictures, keep on posting! pleaseeee…

        Hopefully Allah protects you in your journeys, I believe that when a person sets out with true intentions to bring people’s awareness to the world around them, they are always protected! inshallah.

        And living in a selfish world as of today, few people actually take the time to share thoughts with others! :)

        Posted on 20. Aug, 2011 at 10:16 am #
        • From danialshah:

          @Nida Ahmad: that is great. you should visit Pakistan soon again :) and explore more beauty. let me know if you need any kind of help…..
          and thanks a lot for your appraisal :)

          Posted on 22. Aug, 2011 at 12:09 pm #


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