Cricket by the river at sunset…. and the family cow.
Another great day of photography in Bangladesh.
Two more days and we’ll be back to our regular scheduling.
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As soon as we would arrive somewhere, crowd formed around us.
In case we would find ourself separated from the group we would only had to look for a gathering of people and we would be sure that at least one of us was in there, probably taking photos (which also made it challenging to actually take non posed photos). If we would just even look like we were looking for something there would always be someone pointing us to the right direction. It’s like we had dozens of personal local tour guide with us 😉
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Another day, another market.
This was a super busy market, with people zooming by us… and after looking at the life of those markets thru my lenses for the last few days I enjoyed looking at them unfiltered, with my own eyes this time.
Still amazed by the load those men can carry on their head.
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Day 8 – December 4
Change of program. We’re supposed to go see a tea plantation but because of several early morning calls in a row we switched day so instead we are staying in Syhet, heading to the vegetable market as well as early evening photography.
As for the picture attached to this post… while they are all clicking away…. I see a poor little branch in muddy water and I see potential… Black & White potential. #EmbraceYourWeirdness.
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