Faces in the street  

Day workers in Old Dhaka docks, vendors at the fish market, businessmen having breakfast in a simple food stall, beggars in the street, watchmen guarding worn buildings, rickshaw drivers - all over town friendly people welcomes you, enjoying at small brake from there daily activities, posing for the camera. Bangladesh is heaven for a street-photographer. For me, portray taking in the street is about braking the ice and follow your instinct. It’s about respect and passion. You don’t need to have a common languish, religion ore cultural background to shear strong moments like these. Portrays and black and white photography fits each other well, bringing focus on the face and the eyes in a timeless atmosphere. But I'm often sad to miss out the wonderful colours. These portrays are all taken in Central Dhaka, Bangladesh vibrant capital. Being a home to more than 18 million people and including 3-400.000 new city sent every year makes Dhaka the fastest growing mega city on the planet ranking it to be no 11 in population.     

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