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Islamabad, Pakistan

Fleeing from the confines of an exhibition hall, I took to my feet for 10 minutes or so and was quite taken by the modern art-style metallic sculpture of the world on the roundabout and the contrast with the grand ridge in the distance.

Roundabouts - a much maligned legacy of the former British empire!

The two chaps walking towards me make me think of "Resevoir Dogs"...

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bextol11-Apr-2020 12:06
I'm almost in love with Pakistani mountains. Especially with the highest ones. "The average elevation range of Pakistan is 900 m (2,953 ft). The highest point of Pakistan is K2, with its official height being 8611 m (28,253 ft). " (source: )
Looking for the trip to Pakistan in nearest future. Wish me luck)
Jerry Burgess09-Feb-2006 08:54
No Steve - it's just me being cr*p with the camera. Mountains are some way in the distance so perhaps they're helping to create the haze effect that replicates the "through-a-car-window-at-speed" look ;-)
Guest 06-Feb-2006 22:59
Another 'shot from car'?