A vendor waits for customers at the fabric market in Karachi.
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Sometimes you just have to throw a good old-fashioned tantrum. This little girl's shoe had come untied and nothing was going to make her happy -- at the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.
This woman wanted the little girl to come down and see me but she was more interested in chasing cats -- in the MQM neighborhood of Karachi.
The light, the faces, the Bilquis Edhi Female Child Home in Karachi was a gold mine for a photographer.
The girls were on recess and taking a break from practicing a dance routine -- Bilquis Edhi Female Child Home Karachi.
Our guard on a night drive through Karachi.
I did way too much shooting through bus windows on this trip, but sometimes it paid off.
Children play in an old rickshaw.
We got out of Lahore for a visit to an organic farm near the border with India. I love the way the feed blurs but the workers are still in focus.
The Wagah Border ceremony was pure show, but the spirit of the school kids in attendance was real.
The studio at the state Pakistan Television station was new and they didn't want just anybody walking on the chromofloor. I wasn't relevant enough.
Okay, 11 but the last one doesn't really count.
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