Mosaic

Being a hobbyist photographer I love to travel around, trying to freeze the moments in time as if I could return back to them whenever and wherever I want. The best thing about pictures is that they never grew old and opens up a window for us to look into the past. Inspired by Rohail Hyyat (A famous Pakistani music producer) composition ‘Reunion’ which is hauntingly beautiful because Zara Madini’s voice beautifully blends into the silence which takes your imagination to a whole new level , I decided to create a slideshow of few of my interesting clicks,

Hope you guys enjoy it ! You are more than welcome to join my page as well
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Photography for me is all about capturing the experience that resides within a moment. I am no professional neither I take it as a profession; I just use it to express myself. It started a year back that I took it more seriously , as I always wanted to write but due to busy schedule I cannot keep up with it therefore as an alternative I found photography as a medium to feed my creative soul :)..

Why I made this page? Lot of people who are not on my friend lists have asked me to setup a page to share what I click though I completely admit that my photographic skills are just on an amateur level.

I would be happy to have your inputs and comments if you somehow enjoy my work.. Thank you for dropping by and hope to interact with you soon !! .

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Pakistan Clicks : A journey through my lens – Part 1

Ok, so I am back after a long time … Apologies for that and thanks for appreciating my last post “Amazing Pakistan “. I never expected such an immense response as the blog post has been shared on more than 300 forums just in three months time with viewing statistics surpassing 30,000 in 7 months “Unbelievable and definitely encouraging for me“.. Bundle of thanks for all who liked it and shared, and even thanks to those who copied it without my explicit permission ; but at the end it serve the purpose, that what matters to me =)..
I am not a professional photographer, just a hobbyist nor I do have any kind of professional training so bear with me if you are unhappy with the shared pictures.. As I don’t have enough time to write so the alternative to feed my creative soul is to start clicking.. Below are the pictures from my last trip to Pakistan that captures the feel of two major cities Islamabad and Karachi and definitely not even close to painting the big picture that depicts the true aroma and soulfulness of these places.. I hope you Enjoy the first part of this series, you are most welcome to drop your comments..

Last but not the least , All the pictures are under © Creative Common License, These picture can be shared and copied but without any alteration to the images giving due credit to the publisher/owner.
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A Window to Pakistan’s WildLife

Who is Ghulam Rasool ? A testimonial by Richard Garstang who is the National Programme Manager / Chief Technical Advisor, VPakistan Wetlands Programme – WWF-Pakistan

Born in Gujranwala in the summer of 1976, Ghulam Rasool first encountered wildlife while accompanying his cousins who were avid bird hunters. While bird-hunting afforded an opportunity to see birdlife up close, GR’s fascination with birds rapidly matured into a broader interest in all forms of wildlife, their habits and habitats. He acquired his first camera, a relatively ancient Yashica Electro 35 in 1988 and recalls his early attempts to capture the sunrise on the Punjab plains, reflected in the village pond. Read More

Our Morality, Our conscience & Our religion demands all Pakistani’s to act in this need of time

Thousand’s of our own brothers, our fellow citizen are fleeing from the areas of SWAT towards the internal areas of Pakistan as the fight between Pakistan Army and the militants continues . According to the news resources this human tide has reached a figure of 15,000,00 that includes women, children, disabled and sick. They are frightened, they are threatened and above all they are homeless

Credit: Top news | People of Swat travelling in the night

Credit: Top news | People of Swat travelling in the night

Credit : Reuters | Due to shortage of food supplies starvation is increasing

Credit : Reuters | Due to shortage of food supplies starvation is increasing

Pakistan is going through a worst crisis of it’s time. According to UN ” It the biggest internal displacement in Pakistan since Independence in 1947″ . ….. Read More

Amazing Pakistan: A picture hidden from the World (Part-1)

In the recent times due to rendezvous between political forces and media, an ugliest picture about my country has been portrayed in front of the world, a picture that holds no color or I am not wrong to say “It’s all black just black”. I’m struggling to unveil the true picture that hold millions of colors, so bright and so shiny that can dazzle one’s eyes. If you are son of a soil, and you love your country as much as I do then you will help me fight against those who are painting your land as a black corner of this world. “Spread the truth as much as you can, fight for the right

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Pakistan meaning the “The land of pure” where each day the sun rises with a new hope, with an enduring majesty as the rays of light flushing down towards the snowcapped peaks of Himalaya’s and Nanga Parbat. A land where love finds a meaning in the heart warming hospitability of people, a land where history and ancient civilization mystifies one’s heart, a land where spiritualism unveils its mystery at the shrines of Sufi Saints. This is the land I belong to, this is the land I’ll die for and this is the land that defines my identity.

The Invincible 167 Million : 6th largest Nation of the World

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