Photography Balochistan….the land of harsh romance! January 6, 2018 13 Comments It was a winter evening. I came out of my office and saw glory, dancing on the western frontier. Previous Post Next Post You may also like October 24, 2018 His last yellow dream October 24, 2019 Life and Times of the Yellow Moon September 14, 2019 Stink of the Rotten Beauty 13 Comments It’s all about vantage points… Not always the physical vantage points though… From where I stand and see this… I see held back emotions, Sadness and turmoil Memories of life’s glory… Being slow roasted on discrete golden flames… flawless strokes of nature… Rising… Ashless… Smokeless… In Godly silence…. To the place where broken hearts go… And the tormented wrecked soul turns to God As a last resort…!! Reply I fully agree my friend. When I saw this scene, I saw beauty in loss. That confirmed something I was thinking about those days Reply Magnificent!!! Reply Thank you Reply Sir, this breathtaking photo of yours, gave birth to a few stray inspirations: “Fields Painted on An Evening Sky” Fields of amber, gold and orange, Painted on a canvas of sky blue, Alight the fire with the embers Of stirred emotions Like the waking up of desire Just before the dawn of the night. —-Dr Hafsa Siddiqui Reply Most wonderful Dr sahiba. Thank you so much Reply Sir, I’ve shared your name and link on my blog. I hope you don’t mind me taking the liberty to do so… 🙂 Reply Not at all. Thank you so much Reply This really answered my drawback, thank you! Reply Thank you so much Reply There are some fascinating points in time in this article but I don’t know if I see all of them middle to heart. There may be some validity however I’ll take hold opinion until I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we want more! Added to FeedBurner as properly Reply Thank you so much Reply Pingback: “Fields Painted on An Evening Sky” | Brewing My Cup of Tea Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.