Helmeted graffiti caricature on the wall in Taimani, Kabul.
Though Emperor Babur died in Agra in 1531, his remains were transferred here, to the Bagh-e-Babur (Babur Gardens), in 1540 as per his last wishes.
Close up of the white marble mosque in Babur Gardens Kabul. Built by Shah Jahan in 1675.
The white marble mosque in Babur Gardens, built by Shah Jahan in 1675. His other work includes the Taj Mahal.
Kabul Airport Domestic Terminal
My favourite traffic policeman in Kabul. 52 year old Abdul Saboor works the Sher Pur roundabout. He doesn’t accept bribes, has never been promoted, gets his feet run over and all for $200/month.
A beggar often seen in Kabul lying prostrate in the hope of being given alms.
A big tin bath being used to knead the bread to be made into traditional flat bread naans in a clay over.
Dancing and drumming.
A baker preparing to remove Naan’s from the clay oven.
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