Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

I hope Gert won't mind me hopping onto his time machine for a few minutes but to visit Pakistan rather than India.

Gert's photograph of outdoor services in Calcutta, reminded me that I had taken such a photograph in Karachi.

Of course, this was long before digital cameras but I hope you will just enjoy the photograph for what it shows.

Karachi was our first stop when we visited Pakistan and I remember being amazed at the differences between my little village in England and this metropolis in Pakistan.

The volume of traffic on the roads, composed of large cars, decorated buses, bicycles, rickshaws and bullock carts, all vying for the best position in the multi-lanes, was overwhelming!

And then, at the sides of the roads were barber's establishments, shoe shiners, etc; what life filled sights.

My powers of description seemed slight to describe the people, the noise, the colours and the buildings, when I sent cards home!

Have a good week, Bev :-)

Fis2, ikeharel, ChrisJ, pierrefonds, jhm, PaulVDV, COSTANTINO, jemaflor has marked this note useful

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