Over the weekend I was sorting out colour slides and scanning them. Here are a few from 1976 and my three years (1993-96) later.
On top of the Subzak Pass in 1994. The passes of the Paropamisus in the west are relatively low, averaging around 600 meters; the most well-known of these is the Sabzak between the Herat and Badghis provinces, which links the western and northwestern parts of Afghanistan. Photo: Bob McKerrow
Kabul in early winter 1996. Photo: Bob McKerrow
Coming down from the Khawak Pass in the footsteps of Alexander the Great with my good friend Lola. Photo: Bob McKerrow
The damage that was caused in Kabul was tragic to witness in the early 1990s. Photo: Bob McKerrow
I first visited Afghanistan in 1976 when I was working with the Red Cross in Geneva to assist the Afghan Red Crescent on an earthquake relief operation in Samanghan. here I am in the bazaar in Herat. Photo: Bob McKerrow