Michael, keep up the good work. I'm impressed as always. Your pictures of the landscape of Afghanistan always seem to portray a desolate, lifeless, wilderness of rock & mountains (except for the portraits). But that's not the entirety of Afghanistan, is it? Even your photo, "The area around Jalalabad, in Nangarhar Province, is a temperate, well-watered and fertile plain", seems pretty arid and not so fertile to my well traveled-around-the-US view. Is that really representative? I'm not questioning your veracity, I've never been to Afghanistan, I'm just a curious reader of your blog.
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