Friday, May 02, 2008

May 2008

















11 comments:

rumi said...

the child labourers pics are profoundly sublime

Shireen said...

Toiling of the poor, well captured through the lens.

ChAnd said...

I am a Mexican woman who loves Bangladesh, to where I have had the wonderful opportunity to travel three times. I admire his natural and cultural environment; his strong, nice and sensitive people; his beautiful landscapes; his spiritual schools, particularly that of my loved Teacher khanbahadur Ahsanullah (R).

These photos seem to me excellents. Some of them are very hard, since they show the reality of the life of many persons, but not for this reason they are less beautiful. Thank you for sharing them!

Mamunur said...

:) :) :) :) :) I am really happy about the fact that you have these pictures of Uttara. THANK YOU VERY MUCH :) I felt so close to home today while I was at work and everyone else is sleeping in Dhaka. The pictues are so beautiful. I am still looking at them, and I will write more of my feedbacks eventually.

Mamunur said...

I really have to say that the camera you are using is one of the best I can see the darts on the street When I maximize the pictures; they just come out to live. Also, I like your views, angles and styles of taking pictures. They are very simple yet marvelous. I just saw the pictures of Hazareebag, Bonoshree. Love those boats and canals. Look for more 

Ershad Ahmed said...

Camera: Sony cybershot DSC-T10 7.2 megapix, alreday overused.
Thanks for the complement.

Mamunur said...

Dear Ershad,

I hope you are doing great! I just wanted to say that I am always looking at your site for more pictures. You added some old pictures in May 2008. I was wondering why :)

There is an old (british era) train station between Bashabo Foot Bridge and Komolapur Station. Me and my uncle used to go there for mornign walk back in 1987. I wonder hos it looks now. It is right behind the Engine Junction. There was n abandoned "koylar engine" and the building and the station it self. Many childhood memories there. I wish I could see them one more time thru your lenses.

Have a great day :)

Mamunur said...

Mawa "pics" are great. Back in 1990, my father drove me to the Bridge, for fun, I asked him to put the car into neutral and he did. The car was rolling down slope and when it stopped, the gear box was jammed. It was a Nissan March (2 Door). I just had that event flash back from you pics 

Mamunur said...

A Royal Salute to you for May 2008 pictures!

Mamunur said...

Dear Mr. Ahmed,
I hope you are doing great. I haven't seen any recent updates from you yet! I am a bit concerned about it. Are you okay (physically)?

Ershad Ahmed said...

Mr.Mamunur,
There had ben 6 more postings after this one, the last on 3rd June. please check up. Thanks for encouragement.