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Post Cards From Hunza

Acclaimed photographer Mobeen Ansari captures the changing hues and magical landscape of Hunza during blossom season, as the valley shakes off the blanket of snow that covered its peaks during winter and emerges in bloom for the summer.

I absolutely love photographing blossoms under full moon, and this was one of those shots taken in Gulmit, in Gojal district (also known as upper Hunza).
A cat sits under a newly bloomed tree, Gulmit.
In the heart of Kamaris, near Ondra Fort, Gulmit.
Altit Fort and Altit village, on an early morning. This photo was taken last year which was my first apricot blossom trip.
An early morning walk, somewhere in Karimabad.
Sheep passing through a beautifully engraved doorway, in Gulmit. This was in the early days of the blossom season, hence the purple hue.
Ganesh, central Hunza.
A cattle house in upper Gulmit.
Mobeen Ansari
Mobeen Ansari is a photojournalist, painter and sculptor based in Islamabad. A graduate of National College of Arts in Rawalpindi, his mission is to promote a positive and often unseen side of his country through his photographs. He has travelled across Pakistan and focuses on places off the beaten path. He has published two photography books: Dharkan: the Heartbeat of a Nation, which features portraits and stories of iconic people and unsung heroes, and White in the Flag, based on the lives and festivities of Pakistan’s religious minorities.

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