Somewhere within these typical tea kettles, lies a feeling, they pour patriotism with tea.
They'll decorate these buses like a royal West Minster bride.
And the rain will bring along, mad waters, wrong way traffic and a typical trademark Pakistani road.
This is a village called "Kund Malir", situated in Hingol, on the Makran Coastal Highway, about 230 kilometers from Karachi.
The Kulab station.
A common sight when public transport is on strike.
The happy little faces of Pakistan. Need no XBox 360 to smile.
Looking to earn his daily bread - the Pakistani Labor.
The celebrated ride in Pakistan - the auto rickshaw.
Wheels of progress.
A school boy, making packets of green and white balloons for Independence Day celebrations.
Faster now and sometimes slow, the public bus will move as winds go!
And all the roads we have to walk are winding. And all the lights that lead us there are blinding. - The metropolitan city, Karachi.
They'll hold it up, these "today"s of tomorrow.
This work is the artsy genius of my photographer friends Wajih ur Rahman and Obaid ur Rahman. Wajih ur Rahman is a patriotic and passionate professional photographer, who goes by the name SerialChiller in his photography endeavors and a hint of whose work can be seen here on Flickr.