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a common scene in my country, makes me wonder that i could have been there too if i was born in a different family. whose fault is it?

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Photographers of RedBubble – Clever Candids-Street Scenes 9-12-2011

Canon 550D
EF-S 18-55
f/5.6
1/640s
ISO 1000

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poor, poverty, humanity, human, street, life, homeless, illiterate, street life, dark, darkness, dhaka, bangladesh

I am a medical undergraduate and a photography enthusiast. right now still at a cross road as to which path to take. thanks for visiting my pictures :)

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  • Bob Daalder
    Bob Daalderalmost 3 years ago

    I don’t know who’s fault it is… but it sure is a confrontation… and you captured it very nicely!

  • thanx Bob :D

    – Tashique Alam

  • GraceNotes
    GraceNotesalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations, Tashique, on your Photographers of RedBubble feature!

    Mother and child, dressed vividly in spite of their poverty…perhaps a glimmer of hope…lovely capture!
    September 12, 2011

  • Thanks a lot :D

    – Tashique Alam

  • LuminosityOR
    LuminosityORover 2 years ago

    Wow! A capture filled with feeling…both immediate emotion and philosophical wonder. It leaves the viewer asking about the ‘back story’. The textural and somewhat bland wall contrasts perfectly with the bold colors in the woman’s dress. Homelessness is heartwrenching and, like yourself, I wonder what twist of fate only gave me the start I had. Great job!

  • hei thanks for the amazing comment :D

    – Tashique Alam

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