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wild nature photography

Post by muhammadimran7 » August 1st, 2015, 11:49 pm

Below images are taken during the trip to Ferry Meadows and Nanga Barbat base camp.

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might be kind of rose and also has fragrance

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and majestic view of 'killer mountain' Nanga Barbat

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Re: wild nature photography

Post by Muhammad Arif Khan » August 2nd, 2015, 8:58 am

When I was in my teens the Kaghan velly was also like it, now it has been developed (destroyed by human interference). The Meadows have been replaced with vegetable fields.
Such dream lands are now only a dream as I am advised not to go above 5000 feet (Heart).
My advice to young ones SEE AS MUCH OF THE WORLD AS YOU CAN (starting from your own country which is as beautiful as any in the world and has a variety of land scape seen in very few) I know it having seen the both.
A trip to Kaghan Valley 1950
River Kunhar
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On way to Saif-ul-Maluk (there was no trek)

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Saif-Ul-Maluk (I am on the extreme right)
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Post by muhammadimran7 » August 2nd, 2015, 3:29 pm

Muhammad Arif Khan wrote:When I was in my teens the Kaghan velly was also like it, now it has been developed (destroyed by human interference). The Meadows have been replaced with vegetable fields.
Such dream lands are now only a dream as I am advised not to go above 5000 feet (Heart).
My advice to young ones SEE AS MUCH OF THE WORLD AS YOU CAN (starting from your own country which is as beautiful as any in the world and has a variety of land scape seen in very few) I know it having seen the both.
A trip to Kaghan Valley 1950
River Kunhar
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On way to Saif-ul-Maluk (there was no trek)

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Saif-Ul-Maluk (I am on the extreme right)
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Arif
Nice old memories.
You are right that these places are polluted by humans. Kaghan, Naran and Saif ul Malook Lake are 2nd victim of human pollution after Murree because they become easily accessible. The places which are not easily accessible are still considered safe from this pollution especially where the trekking is involve.

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Re: wild nature photography

Post by talha.bin.ayub » August 2nd, 2015, 5:02 pm

Nice share... What were the rifles for sir?


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Post by Muhammad Arif Khan » August 2nd, 2015, 9:05 pm

[quote="talha.bin.ayub"]Nice share... What were the rifles for sir?

Extra load For physical fitness. :lol: I was fond of this .22 which is still with me.The trip from Naran to Babusar and back was on foot (for security).

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Re: wild nature photography

Post by khabbab » August 3rd, 2015, 9:53 am

Just Awesome.
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http://www.lahoregardening.com

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Re: wild nature photography

Post by Izhar » August 3rd, 2015, 10:26 am

Nice sharing...

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Re: wild nature photography

Post by muhammadimran7 » August 3rd, 2015, 6:54 pm

thanks Khabbab and Izhar sb

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