Travel Photography Featured Travel Photos of Pakistan
Painting shops used to decorate buses in Pakistan
Chickens are painted in Pakistan to make them more attractive to sell
Ravi has wound its way through the western Pakistani city of Lahore for thousands of years. Yet on many days, the only living creatures seen by it are the kites that gracefully swoop down to collect chunks of meat, hurled by people standing on bridges spanning the river. The meat given to the birds is regarded as a religious ritual by many, just as feeding sparrows or ants are seen as deeds smiled upon by Allah (God). There is also a superstition that anyone feeding the kites and crows at the Ravi will receive good fortune. This brings many to the river and also attracts vendors selling chunks of meat who set up their stalls early every morning. Last evening shot of the Beautiful Ravi, without any post processing Comments/Critics welcome
Taken at the largest necropolis in the world - Makli Hills. The graveyard is situated outside the ancient city of Thatta, Pakistan.
Sillehuette of a lonely beach walker...
River Swat in the upper Kalam
Village nr Murree Hills
King Al-Faisal mosque in Islamabad
Rawalpindi high street
Elephant gate in Red Fort