Having had a 10 hour drive from Kashgar in China, Osh was a welcome break. Osh being Krygyzstan's second largest city and is situated at the head of the fertile Fergana Valley.
As a city Osh has little to offer, but it’s distinctive five-headed rock outcrop leaping out of the very town centre gives it some identity. Caves in the outcrop were full of ancient relics dating back to the 7th century AD.
A market also provided some great photo opportunities.
Roll over, Mr Karsh. Great portraits.
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© Ronald Winstone