Hello friends
How are you? I hope all is well, Please watch my new cam work some Pakistani kids finding coins from the dirty drains. I took this foto few minutes ago, Now you can imagine How hard life of Pakistan. Now Our Holy month Ramdan is running and huge shortfall of Eletricity,I hope you will like this color of Pakistan.Paki kids put plastic bags on the hands and they will not use soap for washing.I challenge Who can Proof Pakistani peoples are terrorist. Thanks a lot

6th Ramdan, 7th Aug 2011


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This is Bobby dar from Pakistan, I make pencil drawing and I use G9 Canon cam for fotos.

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  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKalmost 3 years ago

    A great documentary capture and story to go with it Bobby.
    In Scotland when I was a kid, we did exactly the same.

  • Thanks Don And I hope You like my non glamoures work

    – Bobby Dar

  • Vitta
    Vittaalmost 3 years ago


  • But terrible truth
    Thanks Vitta

    – Bobby Dar

  • Bradley Shawn  Rabon
    Bradley Shawn ...almost 3 years ago

    A very emotional photo Bobby. I love his smile though. Good work mate.

  • Thanks a lot

    – Bobby Dar

  • paulramnora
    paulramnoraalmost 3 years ago

    This is 1st class photography; wonderful composition/muted colours: grey/black/white/yellow/brown/pale green, contrast of poverty, and, yet, these kids do look very much upbeat in their playful mood/-etc. Too, I notice the vertical portrait mode/which is further intensified by the vertical post at the top of the photo; which is further echoed by the kids down below; as each one is shown vertically overlapping one another. There’s plenty more to notice about this photograph, too; like I love the arrangement of the kids; and, the way their bodies/head position leads the eye straight from one to the next; but, then, as I really don’t wish to go endlessly on and on. All I can say is, BEAUTIFUL/BRILLIANT! ;-)

  • I don’t Think this is a good foto , y this is terrible condition of Paki kids, I did no want to show the colors I wanted to show the poverty of Pakistan. We can’t feel ths pain of their kids.
    Thanks a lot my friend Paul

    – Bobby Dar

  • indigobrooke
    indigobrookealmost 3 years ago

    Lovely capture. Good to see them smiling at least

  • Thanks always

    – Bobby Dar

  • Sorina Williams
    Sorina Williamsalmost 3 years ago

    I think it is important that people share stories and images, like you just did..I also find it amazing how kids will always find a smile no matter what.

  • Yes I agree with you because kids don’t take notice of poverty and they smile in all the condition.Thanks a bunch

    – Bobby Dar

  • scallyart
    scallyartalmost 3 years ago

    A great image and a wonderful story Bobby.

  • So many thanks my friend for true foto

    – Bobby Dar

    JUSTARTalmost 3 years ago

    great shot, thanks for info

  • Thanks my friend

    – Bobby Dar

  • paulramnora
    paulramnoraalmost 3 years ago

    I can both see and feel the grinding ‘pain’ and ‘poverty’ in your photos of the people of Pakistan; and, it is something which I find to be very deeply disturbing, indeed. However, that doesn’t mean it’s still not a very well composed photo. Personally speaking, I don’t see why it is that 1/2 of the world should be living in relative luxury with much food/resources going to waste; they simply throw it out into the dustbin; whist the other 1/2 of the world is starving/and, struggling simply to exist; as if they were living in an ancient time, with no proper electricity/heat/-etc. I blame the greedy politicians for that; who come from far richer countries, and, therefore, couldn’t care less about helping other poorer countries…seeing those weaker countries as being something of a joke/or else, I blame the local politicians who take all of the ‘aid’ money for themselves, when it should be used to help improve the lot of others so that they too can survive. Politics, I’m afraid, has always been, and, still is a very dirty business, indeed; full of lies/or, unkept promises.

    As for the word, Paki, I must say, I really dislike hearing it, and, really most intensely. Here in England, it’s used as a put down word; filled with all sorts of purely negative connotations; a word of hate. Similar, I guess, to the use of the words, ‘nigger’/or, ‘gook’. I don’t understand why you feel it’s necessary to use that word; but, then, I can only suppose it’s not a word which you find to be deeply offensive at all. Me, I’d avoid using it rather like the plague!

  • Thanks Paul I would like if anyone tv channel give a chance to show the real Pakistan , I will show The Pakistan and colors of Pakistan, I knew You hav a kind heart for all. Thanks again you friend Bobby

    – Bobby Dar

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajalmost 3 years ago

    Great image,very beautiful,anna

  • Thansk Ana

    – Bobby Dar

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