Monet on Water, by Nancy Sámano - Camecuaro Lake, in Mexico, the water remembers the Monet’s strokes over itself. Monet’s strokes are not of one size, they overlap and one grand cascading jumble of color. Certainly more than any other artist’s work.
The Paperboy, by Shahnaz Parvin - This photograph was taken from Kamlapur railway station when this paperboy was with his customer. Most of paperboys at the railway station do their job on behalf of some newsstands. They came from several area, mostly outside of the capital Dhaka, and return home after finished their job.
Cheetah’s on the Lookout, by Bashar Alaeddin - Again as part of my 4 weeks photography volunteer program in South Africa. We spent a lot of time following and tracking the cheetah’s. This was during a cold day on the end of our safari drive when we got a sight of the two males. I just love the look he has,
Meaning of Happiness, by Rezwan Razzaq - Happiness often sneaks in through the window you didn’t know you left open. This shot was taken at a Bandarbans, Bangladesh. The man in this shot is an aboriginal. I had taken this shot on his house yard at noon when he was having his lunch.
Explore the True Essence of Photography - Reading this book will open a new window, a window of visual rhythm and harmonies, taking you closer to different cultures, making you understand the standard of photography, thus letting you analyze the art and fundamental rules with style that a photographer must have. As you read further, you will gain insight into how to produce the effects you want.
Curvy Tea, by Greg Goodman - While backpacking through Malaysia, I managed to break the world’s largest flower, get a self-diagnosed case of swine flu and take a tour BOH Tea Plantation in Tana Rata...