Shot in the city of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The portrait in the background is Sheikh Mujibur Rahman who was the first president of this country. Although he was assassinated in office in 1975, he was still an icon.
It is said that he used the Japanse national flag as a reference when he established the national flag of this country.
The stubble-faced man was lazy and relaxing by the wayside. He was smiling because he knew…(more)
The man was sitting in the shop and maybe he was thinking about something funny because he…(more)
While the man knew that I was taking photographs of him, he refused eye contact. He was sh…(more)
A boy was playing on the knee of his grandmother. He was wearing sunglasses and looked int…(more)
A boy playing in the lane was coming to me because he was interested in my camera. At firs…(more)
Many men wore a mustache or a beard here. At first, I thought the custom had derived from…(more)
Two men I met during rambling along were cheerful. They giggled merrily and enjoyed being…(more)
The human-powered vehicles were running the verge of a wide street. And a cycle rickshaw w…(more)
I found a string of buses when I walked a wide street. All of them seemed to be filled wit…(more)
Three pupils were standing at the door together. It might belong to a school. A smallest k…(more)
Two women were hanging out in Sudder Street. They were sitting by the wayside and asking t…(more)
There was an Indian restaurant and the man who was working at it was rolling out dough int…(more)