Maybe I’m being a little dramatic, but it’s hard not to feel slightly inconsequential when you’re a tiny person in a tiny car amid giants.
The people in Pakistan are incredibly hospitable. That’s not what we hear over here (here being the ‘West’). I thought I knew how biased mainstream media could be, and how it reduces whole countries to soundbites and a handful of images. I thought I knew that misinformation is rife at home and across the so-called…
This was taken in Northern Pakistan. It’s a region with unparalleled natural beauty in my mind, but it also has many different cultural influences. I loved learning about these influences and seeing how they had become part of the region’s history and life.
Look at the turquoise! So surreal.
Skardu, Pakistan – one of the most underrated places on this planet.
Missing these mountains already.
A sense of absolute awe is the only way to describe the way I felt on the flight from Islamabad to Skardu.