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Sunset over the horizon

Sunset over the horizon

Sunset over the horizon

Sunset over the horizon crossing the bridge beautiful passing through a bridge

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  • Image © 2008 Rabia Akram

It is said that the colours of sunset are more captivating than that of sunrise. It happens here. These photos have been taken on my way back home from a long journey. The sunset was so spell binding that I decided to captivate it in my camera. Now  I don't remember the exact place where i have taken all these photos  but it must be somewhere in Southern Punjab. While travelling I also passed through the bridge  and  the sorrounding area was a  pleasure for an eye to see. It was worthy for praise. But my camera didnt capture the real beauty of this place due to some technical defaults.

Published on 2/3/08

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