Archive for the 'Pakistan' Category

Solitary Prayers in Pakistan

Sunday, December 28th, 2014
Man Praying in Lahore, Pakistan

A man praying in Lahore Pakistan As I right this I realise I’ve not published a photograph of the mosque this man is praying in. It’s Badshahi mosque in Lahore Pakistan. The most impressive mosque I’ve visited. The story behind this photograph I’ve visited many mosques around the world. Architecturally I like them. In Pakistan… Continue reading more »

Traditional fruit seller in Pakistan

Friday, December 19th, 2014
Pakistani Fruit Vendor - Pakistan

Traditional fruit seller and scales in Pakistan When was the last time you saw a man weighing your fruit like this? If you look closely at the photograph you can see the weights for the scales and even a fruit knife. Moreover the leaves are all there for effect too. With the recent atrocities being… Continue reading more »

Colored Chickens in a box from Pakistan

Saturday, December 17th, 2011
A box of multi-colored chickens from Pakistan

A unique photograph from Pakistan of dyed chickens being sold in a market. Why are they colored this way? What other countries do this? Is it ethical to do this? All of this and more revealed within this article …

From Lahore Pakistan, to Amritsar India – I am not alone

Friday, December 14th, 2007
Women selling the Koran (click to enlarge)

Travel Journal Overview: I’d traveled solo for quite sometime. Now in Lahore I’d be joined by a young German traveler on one of “those” Indian journey’s. This in itself did little to inspire me to travel India. I had not a single inclination that I would enjoy myself in the land of many a backpacker.… Continue reading more »

One of the worlds most beautiful Mosques, Badshahi Mosque, Lahore, Pakistan

Thursday, December 13th, 2007
The Huge Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan

Travel Journal Overview: I have been in, and lived in many Islamic countries, and have seen many mosques. To me their unique architectural outlines and structures are very unique in the world. Badshahi Mosque in Lahore was a lot more. The sheer scale of the courtyard alone was incredible, but it offered a beauty I… Continue reading more »

Getting to see the Wagah Border Ceremony

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007
Waving a Pakistani flag at the Wagah border ceremony in Pakistan

Travel Journal Overview: No one seemed that excited about the Wagah border when I mentioned it. Few actually knew what it was. For me I knew a little of the history between Pakistan and India. And, I think more than anything else for an overland traveler it is one of the greatest spectacles on earth… Continue reading more »

Visiting Lahore Fortress, and then getting blown away by Badshahi mosque

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007
Badshahi Mosque viewed from Lahore Fortress (click to enlarge)

Travel Journal Overview:Lahore fort was best seen by giving some baksheesh to the guard. Then spending the day in delight

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