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This photo represents hard (deconstructive) life of young people in Serbia, and because of that i used deconstructive technique, so that beholder can experience the full meaning of this photo.
Midnight stroll through Budapest
Enjoying the sunset inside a lava cave.
Cellphone check
Midnight stroll through Prague
I was shooting fishing in the pond.Suddenly a snake was caught in the fishing net and fishermen tried to get rid of the snake as soon as possible.They started biting the snake with stick and snake tri
Early morning at Lac Blanc, Alps, France. View at the Mont Blanc ridge.
Visiting an iceberg cemetery.
Fun at Oakdale Fest
Sunset at the beach
Evening time at Abu dhabi.
A man is selling candy floss in Chittagong potenga beach one of the best tourist spot of Bangladesh.
Turn back child, do you see tigers?
Changing of the guard in Russia
Shelter at Minnehaha Falls, MN
Abbas works for 10 years in a saluter house.
A leopard seal just after eating the Chinstrap penguim mate.
Women in Black
Bridge in the alps
i have a theme in my face
A running horse lifts its face which gets superimposed on the rider's face, creating an eerie illusion, during test-rides of horses brought for sale at Sonepur fair in Bihar, India.
Night scene on the River walk at San Antonio,TX
Abandoned pier that we had to climb down a cliff in the dark to photograph at sunrise.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A man is selling candy floss in Chittagong potenga beach one of the best tourist spot of Bangladesh.

A man is selling candy floss in Chittagong potenga beach one of the best tourist spot of Bangladesh.

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Narayanganj, Bangladesh
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© Prashanta Hridoy.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2013
Total Views: 13
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2013, 12:49 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 30D
Focal Length: 28mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320
Aperture: f11
ISO: ISO200
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