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Firing the kiln

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Pep from Sant Marti Sarroca, Spain

What is it?

6 Dec 2010 9:43am

@Pep: Many thanks Pep! Its a Brick Kiln. Making bricks is big business so close to Kabul and all the reconstruction.

k@ from Paris, France

Your whole serie about the kiln (read your explanation on a previous post) is fascinating. Almost like a tale, a myth.

6 Dec 2010 9:48am

@k@: I think they must have thought it odd, probably the first time a westerner had visited the kilns, taking lots of photos and departing! I did go back months later and gave them prints, well the ones I could find. It totally amazed them :-)

Annierita & Annisabelle from New Delhi & Belle Ile, India

It was a long time I didn't come to see your photos, ( no time ...) but to day i enjoyed a lot the portraits of all those beautiful people and the images of the life in Afghanistan.

6 Dec 2010 10:39am

@Annierita & Annisabelle: Many thanks for returning and your kind comments, sometimes life is just too hectic eh! We visit the lands of the mystical east... and we are still to hectic!!

Jenny from United Kingdom

Those chimneys are amazing!

6 Dec 2010 3:11pm

Marta Mateu Méndez from Oix (Girona), Spain

i heat that must be done!

7 Dec 2010 11:46am

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

that's an interesting photo - the structure looks very intriguing and you got some nice colours to complete the scene here!

8 Dec 2010 2:05am

1/400 second
ISO 200
27 mm (35mm equiv.)