Silent Nomad Images Photos and paintings by Kulvinder Singh Matharu
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    • Misc PhotosThis section contain various photographs which do not fit in elsewhere. Enjoy!
      • MatharuVarious photos of me, Kulvinder Singh Matharu. Most recent are shown first (more or less).
      • VariousVarious photos
      • Abstract 1Abstract photos using smoke. Clichéd, certainly, but also beautiful.
      • Abstract 2Abstract photos using smoke. Clichéd, certainly, but also beautiful.
      • LiquidSome close-up photographs of water drops showing some interesting snapshots of fluid dynamics.
      • London 2012 OlympicsPhotos from the London 2012 Opening Ceremony.
      • Snow in London 2009Had some snow in London on 2nd February 2009…the heaviest it’s been for 6 years. London has basically come to a stop with many schools closed and major…
    • AfghanistanAugust 2009 A journey into the heart of Afghanistan.
    • AntarcticaBest. Trip. EVAH! Antarctica, the White Continent. A cruise to Antarctica from the Argentinean port of Ushuaia in December 2007. Words cannot do this any…
    • ArgentinaThree trips to Argentina so far! These were in 2007 to Antarctica, in 2006, and in 2002. Antarctica Trip – December 2007 A cruise to Antarctica from the…
    • Bhutan"Druk Yul, Land of the Thunder Dragon A trip in May 2004 to the Himalayan regions of India (Darjeeling), Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet. Bhutan surprised me...it was…
    • BrazilAugust 2002 Apart from being mosquito food, I've dodged car bombs and mortar attacks in Colombia (President’s inauguration and all that!), been told to…
    • CambodiaI suppose the biggest attraction in Cambodia has got to be the temples at Angkor...an amazing place! I've got hundreds of photos of all the temples in the…
    • ChileMarch 2006 A trip from the Atacama Desert of northern Chile to the cold, wet and windswept lands of Patagonia in Chile and Argentina. Arid, desolate, lunar…
    • ColombiaAugust 2002 Apart from being mosquito food, I've dodged car bombs and mortar attacks in Colombia (President’s inauguration and all that!), been told to…
    • EgyptI was mightily impressed with the Egyptian relics and its people. Karnak left a big impression on me...it has a wondrous, atmospheric feeling and it must have…
    • HollandOctober 2003 A couple of trips already to Amsterdam, Holland...great town! More pictures will be added, but as a taster I've included this one from my first…
    • Hong KongHong Kong, a really fantastic place. Get there if you can! The photos were taken over a number of years which are indicated on the individual pages.
    • IndiaA trip in May 2004 to the Himalayan regions of India (Darjeeling), Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet. Darjeeling is a fantastic way to escape from the intense heat of…
    • IraqApril 2011 A journey into the heart of Iraq, an experience of the people, the country and its history.
    • ItalyPhotos from Venice, June 2011
    • KenyaA trip to Kenya in 2017
    • LaosLaos pleasantly surprised me...the people are some of the friendliest I've met. Life seems far more relaxing here than in other SE Asian countries. It is one of…
    • LebanonPhotos from a trip to visit archaeological and historic sites in both Syria and Lebanon in 2005.
    • MacauMacau is a nice place to visit if you're ever in the Hong Kong area. The island was, until very recently, under joint administration between the Portuguese and…
    • Malaysia've made three trips to Malaysia. These were in August 2008, in March 2008, and in 1992. Malaysia Trip – August 2008 This most recent of trips to Malaysia in…
      • August 2008A trip to Malaysia in August 2008 encompassing some adventure caving (intermediate level) and forest walks around the Mulu Caves in Sarawak (Borneo), plus trips…
      • Borneo Orangutan AdventureBorneo Orangutan Adventure - March 2008 A charity-based adventure trip organised by "Sepilok Orangutan Appeal UK" who work with the Sepilok Orangutan…
    • Morocco"The Last Kasbah" This trip to Morocco was in December 2003. Starting from Marrakech, we travelled around the mountainous Atlas areas and moved on out towards…
    • MyanmarA glorious trip to the popular places in the country, as well as slightly off the beaten track in Chin state.
    • NamibiaA Namibian experience in August 2015.
    • NepalA trip in May 2004 to the Himalayan regions of India (Darjeeling), Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet. Travelling overland from India, the first attempt to cross into…
    • PeruAugust 2002 Apart from being mosquito food, I've dodged car bombs and mortar attacks in Colombia (President’s inauguration and all that!), been told to…
    • SyriaPhotos from a trip to visit archaeological and historic sites in both Syria and Lebanon in 2005.
    • ThailandThailand is a beautiful country. The people are great too. Lots of places to visit here.
    • TibetA trip in May 2004 to the Himalayan regions of India (Darjeeling), Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet. Although I've been at higher altitudes before, the first night in…
    • USAI've had quite a few trips to the states and I still haven't seen all of it yet. This is one big country and with so many regional variations in people, climate…
    • VietnamVietnam is a great place to visit. From the scary streets of Hanoi to the beautiful scenes in Halong Bay, Vietnam has a lot to offer the visitor.