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Abdul Hanan: Cricketing winters
Zishan Abbasi: Reaching high on Mukshpuri top, Pakistan
Agil Francis: An Irish summer's afternoon
Pankaj Zarekar: Sky, earth, cricket
Ikram ul Ahad: Fog doesn't stop play
Utpal Kumar Mondal: A day in the paddy fields
Arifuddin Ahmed: Fort + sea + cricket = Galle
Pramod KR: Corridor cricket
Manasa Ramakrishnan: Heights of cricket
Morten Kattenhøj: Cricket in Ladakh
Mazhar Nasim Abbasi: Have bat, will swing
Faraz Jafri: Channelling my inner Jonty
Deepan Palguna: On a rocky pitch
Ravikiran: And that's stumps
Manikanta Nagaraju Pamarthi: Village cricket at sundown
Muhammad Kashif: Arabian days
Atirav Kapur: Cricket, fort-side
Zeeshan Siddiqui: Cricket's silver linings
Hassan Kausar: Can he bag a wicket?
Saif ur Rahman Khan: Goats in the house
Asif Zain: Thanks for the weather
Supahan Manchanayake: Beside the rolling hills
Gajendra Dadheech: Scooter at first slip
Hamza Safdar: No pitch, no stumps? No problem
Adeel Ahmed: Calm like Sunday morning
Anim Huq: The cricket fields of Thailand
Usman: Cricket set against a killer mountain
Praneeth SMK: Fog doesn't stop play
Abdul Gafoor Mohamed Hassan: Beach cricket, Colombo style
Ali Asgar Babuji: No middle stump, no problem
Jijin Raveendran: Bad light doesn't stop play
Sachin Bamare: Cricket at a fort
Naveen Gupta: Playing to the gallery
Sadananda Aithal: Chasing the pot of gold
Aadya Sharma: Jonty on the shore
Joanna Konczak: Birds interrupt play
Venki Umamaheswaran: Steyn clone silhouette
Romel Bishop: Leg before barrel
Siddhartha Ray: Bats for sale
Razzaq Siddiqui: Defending the fortress
Vibhash Awasthi: Follow the bounce
Bappaditya Gole: Flick click
Mariappan S: Sun, shadow, silhouette
Umang Shah: Army games
Siva Kumar: Batting on a wet pitch
Will Sobczak: Ice-cool under pressure
David Goodwin: Overcast conditions
Ananthasubramanian: Altitude no problem
Swati Kamdar: High up on the hills
Kashif Ashraf: Horses for courses
Srinivasa Prasath: Monumental innings
Arifuddin Ahmed: Taking guard at sunset
K Ranganathan: The original ice-men
Mudar Patherya: Cricket on the occasion of Eid
P Krishnakumar: Distance, and elevation
Ganesh Shankar: A Victor Trumper lookalike
Richard Searle: When in Rome...
Shashanka Nanda: Desert games
Dipjyoti Banik: Give it some air
Mudar Patherya: Corridor of uncertainty
Robert Franklin: The perils of close-in fielding
Justin George: Shadow practice
Umesh Desai: The twelfth man cometh
Sudan Dhakal: Eyes on the ball
Natasha Brodie: Two boys, a bat and a beach
Anukrati Omar: "... And a fielder gets under it"
Bryan James: High elbow, still head
Saqlain: A mountain of runs
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