This is the view of outside my home. Beside two parked cars and a motorbike (they aren’t mine), you can notice a cart and a guy. That cart is full of fresh seasonal vegetables belongs to that guy, named Khalid. He is my neighborhood’s vegetable seller.
This is how vegetables and fruits are sold here in Karachi. Actually, not just in Karachi but across Pakistan. We do have markets and departmental stores here and we can buy whatever we need from there also. But to save time, and also from +35°C heat of summer, women prefer this method to get fresh vegetables.
I can sense a question popping in your mind about how you are feeling sorry for Khalid here but he is not the only one around. There are millions across Pakistan who earn their living by stepping out of their comfort, regardless of skin torching heat or bone freezing cold. People like Khalid are the true face of Pakistan and I salute them.
This is my entry for CEE’S ODD BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE: 2016 WEEK 17