From time to time, I share with you the scenic beauty of my country Pakistan on my blog. I also share them on Twitter daily (@hammadrais32). Regardless of what you have heard about Pakistan, the beauty my country holds is one of a kind where nature’s artwork speaks unlike anything you have ever seen before.
For Daily Post’s Landscape prompt, I’m sharing some pictures of Pakistan’s Northern side. These pictures were taken by two friends of mine, Aqeel and Zia. Aqeel lives in Islamabad and he captured a rare view of snowfall on Margalla Hills this past winter. It was rare in nature because it happened after about 10 years.
Magnificent, isn’t it?
Another friend of mine, Zia, went on a trip to Lahore, Murree and Islamabad last December and he also shared the gorgeous snaps of his trip with me. I had shared all of them on my blog earlier (you can check them out by clicking here).
Here are some landscape snaps he took: