A Pilot’s View of Beautiful Bangladesh – in Pictures

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From the air, the world looks very different. The different shapes, patterns, and textures that are suddenly visible from the air were previously hidden to the human eye. Actually, Shamim Shorif Susom is a pilot and took photography as a passion. This pilot cum photographer from Bangladesh shows how wonderful his country looks like from the air.
The photographer grew up in a small village in the green Bangladesh. After he moved to the big city to get his diploma, he began to miss his childhood. The green landscape, the wide expansive fields and of course the childlike innocence.
He has no professional education in photography, but his work will make you speechless. Let’s take a look at the amazing photography of Shamim Shorif Susomand and make yourself familiar with the beautiful Bangladesh

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“The image was taken over Kaliganga River, while going to Manikganj from Dhaka. The fishermen were collecting their catch from the net, and the wind created the ripples on the water” – told Shamim Shorif Susom.

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A river, a few cattle, a man and his wife … This the story of Bangladesh, the most common photograph we witness: a family, living peace and harmony, built by trust and love, with care and blessings.

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“The shot was taken on the bank of Padma River in Bera, Pabna. It was evening, so I got the beautiful golden rays of the sun playing over the sandy texture of the riverbank. The lone boat reminded me of my childhood days when I used to ride a boat on the river.” Words from the photographer Shamim Shorif Susom.

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“The buffaloes were submerged in a swamp when I captured this shot. I was flying over Feni and suddenly noticed something on the ground that looked like the hair of Medusa from Greek mythology; it was the trail of a herd of buffaloes.”

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