|Camels in Afghanistan have different roles. They are transporters, they are also used as a fighting animals.|
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
|Natural resources. Afghans in almost 60 percent of Afghanistan use wood and the firewood they collect from the deserts and mountains. Gas and gasoline is still counted a luxury. Electricity... Excuse me, what is that???? It doesn't exist.|
|The taste of the dish cooked on this fire is way different and I still miss it.|
|A young 24 years old Afghan Turkmen. He is a High School student, but at the same time works for the local handicrafts association.|
|Four different generations of Afghan Turkmen.|
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Dear readers, viewers and friends!
Thank you for your full support and encouragements for the last 15 months. When I started this Photoblog, I didn't think I would supported as I am today. Your supports and encouragements gave me the confidence to start a new phase of posting photos of Afghanistan. As of today I am honored to invite you to my website KabulCapital, I don't say I will not post in here, but I will pay more attention on the website to make it as interactive as possible and show you as much as I can from Afghanistan a country that has always been shown as center of terrorism and negative. My job here is not to show the bad side of it, because media are already doing it. I will try my best to show the real and day-to-day life and the very little things happening here.
Most of my photos will come from Kabul and that is because I am limited in traveling these days, but I can say with confidence that Kabul has enough to be shown to the people outside.