Friday, 25 November 2016
Thursday, 10 November 2016
It's always great to hear - and see - what former students are up to. Recently Tony Belgrave got in touch and sent me these photos that he's taken recently in Afghanistan.
|Resident holy man in a shrine in Herat|
|View of Bamyan valley from the "city of screams"|
|Cascading lakes of Band-e-Amir|
|Woman in burqa in Mazar-e-Sharif|
|Old caravanserai in herat|
|View from meditation caves in Bamyan complete|
with 3-7th century frescoes of the Buddha
|Entering the great mosque of Herat|
|Entrance to the kings hunting lodge in Khulm|
|Dense housing rising above a cemetery in Kabul|
|Holy man in Herat|
|Bamyan tailor heating his iron on a gas stove|
|Kite runners chasing down fallen kites|
|Night market action|
|Mazar-e-Sharif's blue mosque by night|
|Moon and minaret|
|Kid manualing in the Musalla Complex, Herat|
|Praying inside a Shia shrine|
|Jovial shepherd in Samangan|
|Shrine in Khulm|
Sufi smoking hashish
|Inside a bazaar|
|Buddhist stupa carved out of a mountainside|
|Tunnels connecting underground Buddhist monastery|
|Wrestling in the park, Kabul|
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