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Visit Afghanistan-One day

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#16 Post by Holger Danske » Thu 10 Jan, 2008 4:03 pm

Actually i don't have a camera right now.
Most of these pictures are taken with a 5 MP Sony digital with 10x optical zoom. Can't remember the excact model name.

But i'm saving up for a Pentax K10D. :)
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#17 Post by Holger Danske » Tue 15 Jan, 2008 7:34 pm

Patrol pictures from my group.

A Hazara Kabul Suburb.

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SHIT!!
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Sandstorm on the Way.
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#18 Post by Holger Danske » Tue 15 Jan, 2008 8:09 pm

A couple of pictures taken from the car/team up in me arse..

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#19 Post by harry hackedoff » Wed 16 Jan, 2008 2:58 pm

Beautifull, Aitch :wink: Er, not your bald swede mate, the scenery :P
Snow line looks awesome :o
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#20 Post by Holger Danske » Thu 17 Jan, 2008 12:03 am

Thank you.. :wink:

More from kaotic Kabul.

KCP headquarters.
Spend many hours on that roof.
We had an office(manned 24/7) with direct access to the roof in cases of evacuation.
We were four 3 men teams monitoring the local OPS-Radio rum.
A local Dari to English translator translated all the police reports..Pretty interesting reading... :o :)
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The King and the Queens castles.
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Kabul river.. :-?
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You shit alot of weird sh;t in that town.
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You wouldn't believe how many persons that fits in Toyota Corolla taxi. :o
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A little ride through the southern part.
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#21 Post by Artist » Thu 17 Jan, 2008 1:09 am

Just watch out for these two buggers in the Gan!

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One will con you the other will sell you to the first one.

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#22 Post by harry hackedoff » Thu 17 Jan, 2008 3:09 pm

I`m certain I`ve trapped the second girl :-?
Is her name Bernadette O`Reilly from Smithdown Lane in Tokky? Worked in the STD Clinic at Sefton General?
Face not up to much but the body was a treat, built for speed mate. 8)
She looked like Elle McPherson had got up in a hurry and put the wrong head on :P
I`ve had worse 8)
And so have you :wink:
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#23 Post by mm1306 » Thu 17 Jan, 2008 8:19 pm

These pictures are intereesting however I have a question. By showing these questions I am guessing that you have respect for some of the people out there. This is interesting because I had a great grandpa who was involved in the North Western Frontier(when Britain had an empire!!) and he was quite adamant that the people out there were subhuman and not worthy of his respect (he is lucky because the area he lived in is now filled with them!). Have you found this to be the case with maybe other tribes?
(He was also in the Boer war(on the British side) and oddly was a huge boer fan considering them worthy of much respect)

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#24 Post by Holger Danske » Fri 18 Jan, 2008 9:31 am

mm1306 wrote:These pictures are intereesting however I have a question. By showing these questions I am guessing that you have respect for some of the people out there. This is interesting because I had a great grandpa who was involved in the North Western Frontier(when Britain had an empire!!) and he was quite adamant that the people out there were subhuman and not worthy of his respect (he is lucky because the area he lived in is now filled with them!). Have you found this to be the case with maybe other tribes?
(He was also in the Boer war(on the British side) and oddly was a huge boer fan considering them worthy of much respect)
No.
But i haven't been in the southern part of Afghanistan yet.
But thetribe calling themselves "Talibs" isn't on my positive list.
They are mainly Pashtus..
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#25 Post by Martinnitus-DK » Wed 23 Jan, 2013 3:16 pm

Please remove those pictures which you do not own the rights for.
I guess you know which ones i´m talking about.

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#26 Post by EchoOne » Thu 31 Jan, 2013 1:04 pm

Old topic but just looked through it and the pictures are really interesting, a side of Afghan that most people wouldn't know existed 8)

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#27 Post by mike.dt » Thu 07 Feb, 2013 4:41 pm

Great post! Thanks for sharing :)
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#28 Post by armysurplusandtoys » Sun 24 Feb, 2013 5:10 pm

some very different pictures 8)
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#29 Post by Sisyphus » Sun 24 Feb, 2013 10:17 pm

As a Taliban spokesman said, "you've got the clocks. We've got the time". Well be out of there before long, leaving behind too many good people. For what?

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#30 Post by goat007 » Thu 28 Mar, 2013 8:07 pm

Amazing photos bro!

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