These pictures were taken during that trip, from a camera she had gifted me. Partly because photography seemed to take my mind away from the impending doom and partly because a part of me was still hopeful she'd live and we'd look back to these pictures and smile together. Soon after, she passed away (24th August, 2010) and I stopped taking pictures since my life had reduced to surviving every single breath. I had kept them in wraps since. Never showed them to anyone.
Hello, everyone. In this post I tried capturing the ethereal beauty of a city about 30 kilometers away from the capital city of Pakistan, called Murree. I often say it is the collective picnic spot of the nation. While most of the rest of the country battles with severe pollution, Murree enjoys the status of [...]
The following pictures were either captured in my village, the town near it or through our six and a half hour journey to reach it. DISCLAIMER: I, by no means claim to be a 'photographer'! I just have an eye for nature, a cell phone with a camera and a personal blog. Ciao!
Well, this is just a little announcement, I made an account on Pinterest and I plan on 'pinning' everything, ranging from horses and quotes and food and art and nature and flowers and...you get the idea. So, see ya'there, I guess!Happy Bloggin' and Pinnin' to you!Regards,Ayeshahttp://www.pinterest.com/ayeshapalwasha/
I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending [...]