Stunning images capture Karachi's beauty

Published August 20, 2014
PNSC Building at night. Shot taken from Beach luxury Hotel.  - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
PNSC Building at night. Shot taken from Beach luxury Hotel. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
A view of Independence evening from UBL tower I I Chundrigar Road. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
A view of Independence evening from UBL tower I I Chundrigar Road. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Karachi Municipal Corporation Building situated at M.A Jinnah Road and a sight of Downtown Karachi. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Karachi Municipal Corporation Building situated at M.A Jinnah Road and a sight of Downtown Karachi. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Karachi Port sight which is considered as a commercial hub of Pakistan. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Karachi Port sight which is considered as a commercial hub of Pakistan. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
After the death of approx 35 people on the first day of Eid, Sea view was closed for public. This is a view of  the empty beach after the closure. – Photo by Aliraza Khatri
After the death of approx 35 people on the first day of Eid, Sea view was closed for public. This is a view of the empty beach after the closure. – Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Dolmen City Mall and the empty beach - Sea view Karachi. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Dolmen City Mall and the empty beach - Sea view Karachi. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Port Sight Karachi. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri
Port Sight Karachi. - Photo by Aliraza Khatri

Surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan city of Karachi, it is easy to forget to take a moment to appreciate it's unique charm.

In this collection of stunning images, Aliraza Khatri captures the elegance and beauty of Karachi that is rarely appreciated. With his unique eye, he captures the city in a serene yet powerful light, finding beauty in even the most average of settings.

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