To break away from the sweltering heat, scores of families are flocking Jarral Park along the Swat River in Shamzoo valley. PHOTO: FAZAL KHALIQ
Jarral Park located on the bank of the Swat River in Shamzoo Valley offers a variety of summer activities
Err how about some pics of just women and children in close up .
Better get used to it…..Saudia air brushed women out of the IKEA catalogue….Muslim countries don’t have women in them.
To Rashid and Someone:
I don’t mean to sound offensive but good job at missing anything else relating to the slide show. Such as the effort this photographer made in taking beautiful pictures of an amazingly scenic place.
PS there was a picture of a girl in there. I’d like you to go up to any woman anywhere and try taking a picture. A strange, random woman in a rural area of a 3rd world country. Tell me how it goes.
Why does ET only print such negative comments. Beautiful pictures!! :-)
@stranger & jamshed, in these serene pics and refreshing environment, you focused on seeing their women. Enjoy river beauty guys.
@Kaleem I like the natural beauty . Since they were showing families and people enjoying and multiple pics of men and boys , I said why not do the same for women too. After all I heard that SWAT women are very pretty.
@Jamshed Yes its a shame that IKEA catalogue does not have women . IKEA being a world brand and mainly it caters to kitchen and home fittings. women have been and should form the central portion of the publicity campaign.
@Shaking my head Err sweets, how does the UN or some fashion photographers do that. they go to each nook and corner and take pics of people in several aspects of their lives. Looks like the photographer took some impromtu pics and didnt plan in advance . else he could have managed some stills of pretty girls and women. Even the kids are not photographed in close up.
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