Kabul through my eyes

November 20, 2016  •  8 Comments

I spent 6 months in 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan before being selected to transfer to be a British Army Photographer. 

Here is a video I whacked together at the time.

There are hardly any pictures of the guys I worked with it mainly focuses on the people of Kabul. 

Sorry its not hi-res as I did it a fair few years ago now on IMovie.

 

A lot of the images from this video are here in this album- Afghanistan

 

I will do another post soon explaining a few of the stories and what I got up to over there. 

For now check out this link, I pretty much documented my time there on the Bristol music blog Hijack

 

 

If would like to see more of my stuff check out my Facebook page or go follow me on Instagram or Twitter

While you are at it check out Stans Instagram

More Army Phot stuff- check out our Facebook page and Instagram

 

Peace!

 

 

 

 


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Rocky Mountain Raw(non-registered)
Here is a video I whacked together at the time.

There are hardly any pictures of the guys I worked with it mainly focuses on the people of Kabul.

Sorry its not hi-res as I did it a fair few years ago now on IMovie.
On-Hold Marketing(non-registered)
If would like to see more of my stuff check out my Facebook page or go follow me on Instagram or Twitter

While you are at it check out Stans Instagram

More Army Phot stuff- check out our Facebook page and Instagram
Voice Teleservices(non-registered)
I spent 6 months in 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan before being selected to transfer to be a British Army Photographer.

Here is a video I whacked together at the time.

There are hardly any pictures of the guys I worked with it mainly focuses on the people of Kabul.

Sorry its not hi-res as I did it a fair few years ago now on IMovie.
Hydro-Lazer(non-registered)
Situated in one of a number of high-altitude basins in the region, Kabul lies at an elevation of about 5,900 feet (1,800 metres) in the east-central part of the country, in a triangular valley between the Āsamāʾī and Sherdawaza mountain ranges. The Kabul River flows through the city on its way to join the Indus in northern Pakistan, to the east. This natural environment—particularly, the backdrop of the Paghmān and Dāmaneh-ye Kōh mountain ranges to the west and southwest and the Ṣāfī range to the east—provides a striking setting.
SeatsAndChairs.com Inc.(non-registered)
I spent 6 months in 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan before being selected to transfer to be a British Army Photographer.

Here is a video I whacked together at the time.

There are hardly any pictures of the guys I worked with it mainly focuses on the people of Kabul.

Sorry its not hi-res as I did it a fair few years ago now on IMovie.
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