Cee’s Foto Challenge is all about posting colours that start with the letter b. My contribution will take you through different provinces of Pakistan, in each picture.
Blue Grey water during sunset at Beach Luxury Hotel, Karachi (Sindh)
Blue Green water in Satpara Lake, Skardu (Gilgit-Baltistan)
Brick Red walls of the Lahore Fort (Punjab)
“There are no lines in nature, only areas of colour, one against another.”
– Edouard Manet
The collection in my corner.. or the
Corner in my collection?
Paperweight made of Clay
Handmade Clay Die
Ooh, Shiny!” has to be being surrounded by nature all day and all night.
Sajikot Waterfall, Abbottabad
Keeping the doctor away with these imported
apples from New Zealand.
Appetizer for today’s lunch – Trio of Fries (Fries with Kimchi sauce, truffle and mushroom sauce, and beef gravy with cheese curd)
Trio Of Fries at ARBOR Cafe & Patisserie
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter A – Needs to start with the Letters Ap
Living does not mean just going through each day as it comes.
breathe in the moment, listen to the noises, taste the adventure, and feel the textures – all around you.
Whether it is by savouring a Chocolate Coconut Donut..
Or by lazing around in the grass after a long day..
Just be certain that you are
Last summer, my siblings and I went on a trip to Pakistan’s northern areas (Gilgit, Baltistan).
The natural beauty we spotted took away our breath each time. Since the roads have been constructed by cutting down huge mountains and rocks – most of the rides were bumpy but nevertheless, extremely fun.
We spotted several
bridges along the way and keeping this week’s challenge in mind, I decided to share a few of them with you.
On the way to Skardu
En route to Upper Kachura Lake
Built by cutting down a mountain
Shangrila Resort, Skardu
A landslide delayed us for a while
I always prefer road trips over airplane flights; because to me experiencing nature, all kinds of rides and even road troubles – is all part of the adventure.
Little chirping sounds took me outside of the house early morning. Sitting peacefully on an
Epipremnum aureum (money plant), I discovered a perfectly built nest with recently hatched baby birds.
Usually it takes around 10 days for the birds to flee their nest, which means this is just the beginning of their journey; where ever it may be.
Best of luck little birdies. The world awaits you.