This is another in the series of Pakistani landscapes with houses in them. At the forefront of the picture is a two-dimensional village well, made from dried, fired mud with the village buildings being made from wood.
Once again the trees are made from twigs and herbs, and there's a carved wooden two-dimensional cow drinking from he village pond.
The foreground is made from crushed bricks and stone, with the cultivated fields being made from herbs and soil.
The mosques was carved out of wood and again is two-dimensional.
The frame is hand-made with the signature crushed, varnished stones in the corners.
It is a favourite of mine, and really looks like a Punjabi village seen from a distance.