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Once I went for a day out in Ashulia. There I saw a fishing boat coming towards the banks. When they reached, I saw it was full with fish. And this man was cleaning the fishing basket then filling it up with fish. Then suddenly he looked up, and gazed at me with sheer boldness. It was full with audacity. It showed, he was not afraid to fight the poverty with hard work, to meet his daily needs, and to give his family little food and happiness. He ...
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This is Geneva Camp, a slum in the center of Dhaka, with more than 25,000 people living in a cramped area less than 2KM in size. With majority of them being children, it is their city, their world. They referred as estranged Pakistanis, stateless people with no rights for last 2 to 3 generations after the war of 1971. Regardless of constant struggle as circumstances, these children play and share with each other whatever they have. They are consp...
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I love the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Southern California. I am endlessly fascinated and inspired by the landscape and you are never quite sure if you will get clouds or not or how the light will be affected. This was shot along the Great Southern Overland Stage Route between Agua Caliente Springs and Ocotillo, CA. The shafts of light coming through the clouds caught my attention. The way the light separated the mountain layers so vividly ...
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This two and half years boy was so much happy and tryed to show himself like a cool guy .
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I hadn’t been there for a long time and the new landscape jumped before my eyes. Over the years, the word “disinterestedness” was frequently used to describe the official attitude in light of that issue , an issue that had been raised by NGOs long ago. Nothing seemed to have changed much.
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A well-composed photograph not only captures the gesture of a particular moment, but it also delivers a meaningful message when one puts a frame around it, and makes the viewer want to look closer. No matter what subject a photographer chooses to capture, there is one solid basis of approach to a realistic interpretation, which represents the natural appearance of existing forms – the concept of composition.
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This photograph has lots of meaning to me, the colorful sunset, the silence of nature, the tranquil water, as if reflects all our sadness of life. It is from the place named Rangamati, a hill tract from the south-eastern parts of Bangladesh. It’s a land where civilizations and times intermix, a beautiful place which attracts people from all over the country, and the person in the middle is my nephew Efti. Just before we reached the Kaptai Bridge...
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He was lost in his own world, leaving behind the life he has in orphanage. May be he was trying to forget the straggle they face every day in the orphanage. Most of them are between 2 to 9 years of age. Did you know they only have one or two cloths to wear? When there is not enough food for all, they have to ask the community to help them, going door to door to collect rice. Back home they do not have parents; their relatives sent them here and b...
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The boat was colorful, and it was a pleasant scene, but what struck me then was his humbleness to Almighty Allah. He washed his hands and face with menial water because all water around the boat was contaminated. Then he started his prayer and nicely kept himself balanced. In my country Bangladesh, people are poor, but they do know one thing for sure, they know how to adapt the happiness from nature without forgetting to praise who created it. It...
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