Uzbek (Sart) man in Khojent, Russian Turkestan (now Tajikistan) with his son, 1900.
Langar, Wakhan valley, Tajikistan
View from Yamchun Fort, Tajikistan, Central Asia
Road to Bibi Fatima hot spring, Wakhan
Omg, this is one of my biggest pet peeves, right here. Wakhan is not in Tajikistan. Also, you tagged this with #badakhshan. Badakhshan is in Afghanistan, and Gorno-Badakhshan is in Tajikistan.
This is actually a picture I took, and the Tajiks I travelled with in the region referred to this area as both Wakhan and Badakhshan. Historically, both sides of the valley were part of the same region and share many cultural similarities, since the border between Afghanistan and Tajikistan only dates from the British/Russian agreement of 1873. Still, you are right about the official names! Gorno-Badakhshan is the official (russian) name of the Tajik province, and the Wakhan corridor is mostly used in relation to Afghanistan. The mountains in the picture are actually in Afghanistan, though, so I suppose the tags could still apply. Its tough figuring out exactly what to call places in a part of the world with so many overlapping names and naming systems - feel free to correct me again if this still bothers you.
A colleague informed me that she had indeed heard of Takijistan – from Amélie!