one of the Sadarghat docks by the Buriganga river, Dhaka.
a porter uploading a sack of potatoes to the boat..
PS. this is a country where 40 percent of its 150 million people live below the poverty line.. now, she has a new threat: global warming.. thanks to the US and western world btw! (they are the main reasons for this new sh..t in our times)..
if the sea rises by 1 meter in this country due to the global warming; which some researchers say could happen by 2040, the resulting damage would set back Bangladesh's progress by 30 years, and up to 12 percent of the population would be made homeless..
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herowono (0) 2009-10-06 6:53
Great BW photo and dramatic moment, I like the heron you captured here too and I think is a good element as well. Your choose unique composition and this gave personality to your photo. Sad note you wrote, hope not gonna happen like that. TFS
My best regards,
sayeed_rahman (6459) 2009-10-06 9:41
We dont get the paper to print nowadays..in india..hard to find..maybe in mumbai..that too hard to find..
Why wouldnt anyone shoot on film..
Its funny we buy gear worth 1000s of dollars and the only thing on my mind is..on your mind is getting a result that would satisfy a taste (which is on the verge of extinction ? )
Its a different story..every grain of a frame..this is close Evren..the mood the story..
Go back to your leica brother..
vapours (8264) 2009-10-06 18:56
Nice gritty shot Evren, the look on the childs face, with the man looking out to sea are linked well with your global warming message...meanwhile they continue to work.
bostankorkulugu (42484) 2009-10-10 16:30
daha önce de görüp beğenmiştim... aslında pek de tilte uygun bir kare gibi durmamakla beraber o minik kuş nasıl da denge unsuru olup herşeyi toparlayıvermiş...
ghana'ya yolculuk ne zaman?
rigoletto (34279) 2009-10-24 14:46
fotoğraf estetiği, zamanlaması, eskitilmiş görüntüsü zaten bu kadar hoşken, tilt çok geldi bana.
ps: siz de mi "doğunun başına ne geldiyse batıdan geldi"cilerdensiniz yoksa? :))