Hunting for butterflies in Pakistan - with cheese
Pakistan (AFP) - In the mountains of Pakistan, a Frenchman is on a mission.
Armed with a net and a smelly cheese, Mr Jerome Pages braves the perils of Taleban militants to chase his obsession: butterflies.
For two decades the 64-year-old has scoured the remote, pristine landscapes of Pakistan's north, where the Himalayas meet the Karakoram and Hindu Kush ranges.
He scrambles across the cedar-robed hillsides of Ayubia, 100km northwest of Islamabad, the majestic peaks of Kashmir on the horizon, chasing a butterfly known in India but not in Pakistan.