bdentonphoto:

Stuck in mountain traffic crossing over the Salang pass back to kabul. #salang #afghanistan #onassignment #baghlan #snow (at Salang tunnel)

bdentonphoto:

Stuck in mountain traffic crossing over the Salang pass back to kabul. #salang #afghanistan #onassignment #baghlan #snow (at Salang tunnel)

Monday, March 24, 2014
Wow! I'm just speechless your blog took my breath away! Truly! Thank you so much for sharing the pictures of Afghanistan, it's so beautiful!

It’s my absolute pleasure to share beautiful images of an absolutely mesmerising country. I think it’s so important to see the beauty of a country so very often seen in a negative light. Even as Afghans (being away from home) we begin to visualise Afghanistan in the light that it’s constantly shown by the media. That’s why I started this blog in the first place. Thank you for showing appreciation xx

warkadang:

Pashai girl, eastern Afghanistan.
Photograph by Karl Wutt in Pashai: Landschaft, Menschen, Architektur (via)

warkadang:

Pashai girl, eastern Afghanistan.

Photograph by Karl Wutt in Pashai: Landschaft, Menschen, Architektur (via)

afp-photo:

AFGHANISTAN, BAMIYAN CITY : Afghan horsemen and spectators gather on an arid patch of land near snow-capped mountains to play the traditional sport of Buzkashi near Bamiyan city in the central Afghan province of Bamiyan on March 23, 2014. Buzkashi is a centuries-old game where two opposing teams of horsemen compete to throw a goat carcass into a scoring circle.

afp-photo:

AFGHANISTAN, BAMIYAN CITY : Afghan horsemen and spectators gather on an arid patch of land near snow-capped mountains to play the traditional sport of Buzkashi near Bamiyan city in the central Afghan province of Bamiyan on March 23, 2014. Buzkashi is a centuries-old game where two opposing teams of horsemen compete to throw a goat carcass into a scoring circle.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

loveandflycom:

The Unseen World - Afghanistan

Every moment you should make your life a beautiful journey.

Because you were born elsewhere in the world, and if you have not traveled far enough, does not mean that you know the reality. If you look at these pictures you’ll see part of our world - Afghanistan. Once more proves we are united in our differences; meant to live together in this world.

People of Afghanistan are just like any others. Afghanistan is a country like any other in this world. Let’s discover some of what the universe has left on this earth. Full story on Business Insider.

Photo: Frédéric Lagrange

Sunday, February 9, 2014
Anonymous:
I really love your blog :) and i want to say thank you for all your hard work. When my dad comes back from work super tired, and my mum too from all the house work i make some chai for them bring them up to my room play old afghan songs and scroll through your blog for them(and myself) and we all love it. So again thanks!!

This makes me so happy. Thanks for your kind message. I appreciate it very much xx

werelds:

Serie portretten van kinderen die gevlucht zijn uit Afghanistan door fotograaf Muhammed Museisen.

Saturday, February 8, 2014
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
saltysojourn:

Afghan Border, Kandahar, Afghanistan, A father talks with his son. Follow this link to find a short video and analysis of how discourses on disability are being disrupted but don’t go nearly far enough. Photo credit: Steve McCurry - Official Page

saltysojourn:

Afghan Border, Kandahar, Afghanistan, A father talks with his son.

Follow this link to find a short video and analysis of how discourses on disability are being disrupted but don’t go nearly far enough.

Photo credit: Steve McCurry - Official Page

 
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