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Aamir Shahzad
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Physician, Photographer, Educator
Physician, Photographer, Educator

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Nicola Davison Reed
+Nicola Davison Reed, a professional photographer is known for her thematic and surrealistic work in monochrome. She is one of those few whom I admire and keep on checking for learning and new ideas. It is very kind of her that she consented to answer my questions despite her numerous family and professional commitments.
Enjoy her artistic and aesthetic vision at

https://monastry.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/nicola-davidson-reed/
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Vineet Sharma
Indian photographers have done an amazing work to preserve and present culture of subcontinent as multi-cultural, multi-racial vibrant society.
One of the emerging prominent name is Vineet Sharma from Varanasi. In a candid interview he shares his social and artistic vision.
Let us enjoy his thoughts on the following link
https://monastry.wordpress.com/2017/09/17/vineet-sharma/
#art #photography #india #pakistan
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A pact with solitude
“The secret of a good old age is simply an honorable pact with solitude.”
― Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude

#pakistan #punjab #street
#streetphotography #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #monochrome #monochromephotography  #portraitphotography
#portrait #portraiture
#hqspStreetDoc for +HQSP Street & Documentary
#hqspmonochrome for +HQSP Monochrome
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Solitude of the night
It is often mentioned that a photograph is worth 1000 words. Probably its so but there are moments for which it doesn't seem a suitable medium for expression.
In moments like these, one likes to sit back in a calm quite room reflecting on the inner turmoil waiting for the inner and outer circumstances converge emotionally, which is not always the case; and when it does so it might be in ways indescribable by any means of expression.
It is almost midnight at my native town. Whole family gathered for Eid celebration is excited for tomorrow’s festivities and children, in excitement have refused to sleep. Stillness of the night and its loneliness has stirred a storm of memories. Of times never to return again and of people—-without whom life seemed impossible once— never to be seen again.
An inner restlessness, realizing a deep void within the soul and solitude of the midnight is something which is impossible to convey. Unable to sleep, tossing in the bed, memories rushing in like torrents. Nostalgia of the past normally suppressed by professional requirements in cosmopolitan urban life, turns in to an anguish, a vast sense of irremediable loss.
The camera seemed more a burden than a companion for much of it and the words seem to be only suitable crutches for support. It may still be impossible to convey but at least it would be a source of catharsis and a means to analyse the chaotic noise in my mind.
Bewildered and haunted through flashes of memories that relive themselves
I sit and ponder and look into the sky
there is no pain greater than been lost in SELF
battling with a STRONG shadow called SADNESS
she stalks and haunts and bring you moments of agony
she comes along with her sister ANGUISH
and they taunt you,
galvanizing and pinpointing your mind to the PAST you left behind
(Ovi-Odiete)
#art #photography #pakistan
Jauharabad: 2-9-2017
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