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Yes, yes people I have emerged from my self realised obscurity to bestow knowledge on all headz. Used ta be out and about now strictly lying low dispensing wisdom.
Too much going down to stay quiet, now all of us have to rise up and speak truth to power.

There has to be more to us than dhal roti and Nokia phones...



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Islamabad tales

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Spent a few days with my Uncle/Mama and his family
in Islamabad. Really is a pretty city and much love and
salams to Shiraz and Anam, my cousins for looking
after me.




View from da hills in Mansehra








Another pic from da hill station in Abbotabad










River Kunhar in da Mansehra region. Had a picnic
and water fight here....







Lightning over Abbotabad. Watching an electrical
storm from altitude is an amazing experience.
16th Jun 2006, 20:17  

Dhamaka says:

wow

16th Jun 2006, 20:26

Twiglet says:

Love that bottom shot.

16th Jun 2006, 20:28

Viv says:

lovely countryside - fantastic storm pic

17th Jun 2006, 00:57

Edurne says:

Love the scond photo.Didn´t know Pakistan was so montainous....

17th Jun 2006, 10:54

nige says:

*major thumbs up*

17th Jun 2006, 12:54

Steve says:

two HL's in a row! well done Doc

17th Jun 2006, 13:28

mysocalledmoblog says:

much worthy highlight doc :) great capture.

17th Jun 2006, 19:34

jc1000000 says:

Oh my word. I need a new desktop! *saves image* (the bottom one - luckily I;ve just found this feature on my computer that means I can rotate desktop images - woo!)

All those pics are wicked - the billboard is right :D

19th Jun 2006, 00:53

DocD says:

That was wit my Casio digi camera. I had to be so patient.

12th Jul 2006, 00:43