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Life in Bangladesh
Crossing the river
Crossing the river
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I love these pictures,they remind me of my childhood,i miss bangladesh and the way of life.
yes its poor but its my mother golden land
may b we r poor, may b there is lot of problem, eventhough,home is the best,
I am going to go to Bangladesh this summer... and I do not have any idea what to expect... the pictures have helped alot. Thanks.
Can you imagine how poor and helpless we are when you look at these pictures? I have beeb living abroad for a long time and sometimes I have this feeling that I should go back to Bangladesh and live with my family. But when I see pics like these and hear about the situation back home, I just say forget it. I just wonder if, as a nation, we shall ever be corruption free and value the dignity of human life. Shame on our leaders for keeping us so deprived, poor and helpless. Down with our leaders!
Thanks very much for the pictures. I live abroad and whenever I see these pictures I feel like running back home. You have made my day.
i love this pictures as much as i love bangladesh it self
These pictures are great. I particurlarly like the pictures of the villagers - you've managed to capture some of nuances of rural life in Bangladesh and it brings tears to my eyes! I need to visit my country soon, insha-Allah!
Wonderful to see a gallery devoted to Bangladesh .Well done.I am an Australian artist now living in B'desh www.malcolmarnold-artist.com Email me if you are coming again I can show you around.I particularly enjoyed the terracotta reliefs from the Rajshahi district.This is an often overlooked destination for tourism IT HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER I have spent 5 yrs doing a book .It will be published soon .What an adventure
I was there for about a week
Quite an experience photographing in Bang, isn't it? Just returned yesterday from a visit there myself. Referencing the comment from stevenpa, I, too, found it virtually impossible to remain inconspicuous while taking photo's (and I was using a small point-and-shoot). Just curious Danny: how long were you in-country?
There is little (western) tourism in Bangladesh so the few western tourists are something to look at for the Bangladeshi.
Wonderful shots, but wow, in nearly every photograph many people are looking at you. Were you that conspicuous?
These pictures remind me of how we used to live in Bangladesh and how excited it was..to see a car... Right now I cannot wait to Visit Bangladesh.
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