Locals survey the damage caused by flash flooding in Afghanistan on Sunday.
The floods followed hours of torrential rain and hail on Saturday, and here on the Shomali plain just north of Kabul was particularly hard hit.
At least 22 people were killed and around a dozen homes washed away when the flood struck, according to local officials.
Many irrigation canals and wells, as well as orchards and fields were damaged in the floods, which came at the end of the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Fitr.
(SOUNDBITE) (Dari) RESIDENT OF FLOODED AREA, SHARAFUDDIN KHAN, SAYING:
"Heavy floods have caused damages worth from 2,000$ to 20,000$ to each family. It has destroyed their irrigation canals and fields."
Arid Afghanistan can get heavy rains in the summer, and earlier this month more than 60 people were killed in flooding east of the capital.