7 Comments on “A Wordless Post”
About the first pic, its been ages that this game was for rich only, and secondly is this how the outskirts of Islamabad look like now? looks more like war ravaged Afghanistan or Iraq.
Very lovely and beautiful pictures, Owais, can we know more about them?
“Beauty ends where an intellectual expression begins.” Oscar Wilde
It will also be injustice if we use words to comment. Simply enjoy.
Beautiful pictures! Thanks, Owais. Maybe we need to have a section on Pakistaniat for a photoblog.
I have never fully understood the reason for the kind of markets that the dry fruit merchants represent. How does close proximity to competition help these merchants? I am sure there are good reasons that extend beyond the cultural value of these bazaars; e.g. the provision of more variety and competition in customers’ favor, a one-stop location for customers looking for these goods/wares, and better agreement on prices as well as borrowing goods that may not be in stock when a customer is locked in?
Are there any studies on how small merchants working without proximate competition perform in revenues/profits vs those sitting in a market filled with competitors?
excellent pictures owais. bilal zuberi, what was that all about?
Cynic: I appologize if my comment was a major distraction. But I am quite interested in competitor-focused innovations and the picture #6 triggered that thought stream. If you find info, would be very kind of you to share.
If anyone has missed it then I want to mention that clicking on individual photos in this post will take you to the source website. Photo descriptions are given there by the original photographers.
Bilal: Close proximity to a competitor helps both merchants as it creates a market for the product.
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