Posted by Scotfot (Kabul, Afghanistan) on 4 December 2009 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.
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Quite funny ! I notice that we can still read a part of the story on the walls of the two top right flats.. right ?
4 Dec 2009 6:58am
@Benoit Darrieux: Many thanks for your comment! yes, indeed, in front of the flats was the Kabul River, and this was at one stage the front line in the civil war that wrecked much of Kabul hence the bullet spattered front. I was working in a building the other side of the river which was still partly a war damaged shell and still had the odd UXO and other detritus of war lying around. Its now all nicely restored and functioning!
Very great document here!...urban life goes one despite of the civil war recent history, those building illustrate both people everyday life and war.
4 Dec 2009 8:28am
@Reno: Many thanks Reno!
4 Dec 2009 8:47am
4 Dec 2009 9:12am
Your images is agonizing and acerbate in pitiless macrocosm...
4 Dec 2009 11:08am
I'd like to know who got the job of climbing that tree to fix the washing lines up!
4 Dec 2009 1:05pm
@Curly: perhaps they sent some kids up! many thanks!
Amazing shot Bob !! Great !!
4 Dec 2009 7:55pm
@lydia: Many thanks Lydia!
Lovely and funny!!!
6 Dec 2009 9:38pm
@Anouk: many thanks for your comment Anouk!
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