Walking with your camera the street of that village near the valley of Suusamir might turn out to be is a pretty good idea. Kids come by, and you might get off with a picture that'll make you happy! And if you go back there every year as I do, you see them growing, and that's cool!
The center of the Kyrgyz flag symbolizes the rounded wood element that is set at the top of a yurt, holding the poles together. Yurts are an important of rural semi-nomadic Kyrgyz life.
Ah, Kyrgyzstan, colourful country! That spot is off the main road and harder to find. But worth going up there! I call those hills the "rainbow mountains"