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Statue of mahisasura Ma Durga's hand background.
Just another day in my new garden.
NgweSaung Beach in Myanmar
This old wooden bridge is called U Pain Bridge in Myanmar.
The old building and Buddhist monk from Myanmar
Myanmar Traditional water festival.This festival take place in April of every year.
"From dust to dust" - It is said that man is made from the very earth that he stands on, and one day, that is where he shall return. Such is the truth for all men. But in case of this child, he is alr
"Two boats" - these boats are a common sight on the shores of Kuakata. They are used by the local fishermen for fishing in the semi-deep sea.
A worker at a tea processing plant in Srimongal, Sylhet, one of the main tea producing areas of Bangladesh
"I know my path" - like all his forefathers, the boy knows only one way of life, that of a fisherman. From a very early age,he has starting fishing from the sea and that is all he knows of how to surv
The child worker - People living near the sea at Kuakata were heavily affected by the "Aila" Cyclone which ravaged throughout the entire coastal area surrounding Kuakata. The long-lasting effects of A
A face of poverty
Located at the outskirts of Dhaka City, the Buriganga River was once the central hub for commerce due to the connectivity provided by the river routes of Bangladesh. Now, although still a busy area, i
Burmese man from the country side of Myanmar
The Crown of Dhanmondi - THe picture depicts the magnificent "Jahaj Bari" (which literally means "ship-house")located besides the Dhanmondi Lake in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Capturing the beauty of fall through the fallen
Relaxing on the beach in Cozumel.
Sunset the day after devestating tornado in St. Louis.
The fog sits heavy on the forest, while the golden light sifts through and lays a gentle hand on the leaves, teaching it to grow.
USA painted poles at Continental Divide pullout on Route 66.
Driving to the Grand Canyon.  Near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Windmill in Oklahoma. Taken on a road trip going 80+mph.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The child worker - People living near the sea at Kuakata were heavily affected by the "Aila" Cyclone which ravaged throughout the entire coastal area surrounding Kuakata. The long-lasting effects of A

The child worker - People living near the sea at Kuakata were heavily affected by the "Aila" Cyclone which ravaged throughout the entire coastal area surrounding Kuakata. The long-lasting effects of Aila are still felt by the people of the area.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
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© Mohammad Sarfaraz Hyder Hyder.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 2, 2011, 2:59 a.m.
Camera Model: NIKON D3100
Focal Length: 36mm
Shutter Speed: 1/124
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO125
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