Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre
jabberworks

photographer nahim afzal



I'm so vain, I've known this guy Nahim Afzal for awhile, but it was only when he took some lovely photos of me at my friends Rob & Charlotte's wedding that I went and looked up the photo gallery on his website. And man, the guy's amazing! Go have a look at his photo from Burkino Faso, Karachi and other places, incredible stuff.
---Nahim Afzal photography and graphic design---

Charlotte's father, a former Danish sea-boat captain, photo by Nahim Afzal


My rather less professional photo of Nahim and his co-adventurer Angela:


And some more pics from the day. Charlotte and I arrived in Britain almost exactly the same time, about eleven years ago and met, rather embarrassingly, in a toilet, where we struck up a great friendship. We ran around and did all the great touristy stuff that the very few English people we knew were too cool/busy to do. (Nasim got way better photos of the couple than I did.)



Mucking about in the pew at St Giles Church in Camberwell with my 'unofficial goddaughter', Dulcie. (It's complicated.)



Dulcie's brother was looking very glum until I told him to say 'poo'. Then he was all smiles for the rest of the service. (Here's him saying 'poo'.)



Lovely cakes at the post-service tea party:



I love it when people randomly wander into photos.



Charlotte's Danish visitors brought a lot of traditions with them. In this one, everyone lights a candle and sticks it in their glass like this. I think the speeches are supposed to stop when everyone's table cloths start catching fire, like ours did.



You should have seen these guys a few years ago when the Eurovision Song Contest was held in Denmark, it was the funniest party ever.

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