I almost forgot about my blog lately. I got busy. Busy with many things. Especially I got busy with them. They run around on a roof in this city. Those who wants to have them for dinner, this is for you – ‘Duck You’. (And go duck yourselves)
Opened in partnership with the Liberation War Museum, the mission of the EMK Center is ‘to engage, inspire, connect, and empower citizens of all ages to better themselves, their communities, and our world’, said a press release of the US Embassy.
The EMK Center honours the men and women who fought for Bangladesh’s independence in 1971 and US Senator Edward M Kennedy, who came to Bangladesh in 1972 to extend the hand of friendship, the press release said.
The 2012 edition will spend teaching and finest educational projects of the best schools worldwide.
Exhibitions are held in the stables of the Quartier Rochambeau, we want this place dedicated to “Work in Progress” real laboratory research and comparison of young photography.
Acclaimed by youth, with participation from 2007 to Mark Grosset price of more than 20 international photography schools and teachers who have already participated in early editions of the price.
On my way to Dhaka from Faridpur, I took these photos from inside of a car. The sky turned grey before the rain. It felt like I was not in this world but somewhere else. The smell was different; the trees started moving gently and the wind which was so happily lonely, i felt I could die alone.
After 36 days in India, I have reached Dhaka. Besides taking photographs, a large amount of time I had to spend on traveling. On planes, on trains and taxis. I find the country too big (unnecessarily) with very complicated transportation and communication system. Here are some pictures from the road.