Sunday, February 03, 2013

Bangladesh: People Watching


The people watching is good in Bangladesh, especially at the local wet markets.

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All the photos are taken while I was inside a car that is parked curbside. Oh I miss my long lens!

OUR WORLD TUESDAY.

28 comments:

  1. Fabulous B&Ws, Maria. I don't think you need to worry at all about not having your long lens!

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  2. Wonderful "people study, Maria! Love your photos! Thanks for sharing another part of your wonderful jouney!

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  3. Great shots!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  4. Do you know that one can rate how good a photographer by how they took pictures in black and white?

    Kaya hanga ako sa the likes of Ayala and his black and white portraits. Yours, by the way, is pretty good. : )

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  5. i love your monochrome treatment, and the expressions on their faces. well done, amiga.:p

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  6. Wonderful captpures of moments in time from a very different corner of the world.

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  7. Wonderful collection of portraits! I was wondering, do you ask if they mind their photo taken?

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  8. These are fantastic shots from your people watching. I envy you your ability to photograph people so well.

    To answer your question, the Durham Bulls are still a baseball team but they have a new modern stadium and the old one is used as a community ball field for non professionals.

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  9. Interesting shots, well done in B&W.

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  10. I love people-watching anywhere there is a crowd. Great shots!

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  11. These are really really amazing Maria. I always having trouble with people watching shots.

    I love that you chose the B&W to display these with.

    These are fantastic. I can feel the emotion of the people. Super job!

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  12. Colored shots are beautiful, but these people rendered BW are somehow more meaningful. They have beautiful faces! No wonder you can tour India so easily, because your husband is from Bangladesh. I've just been to India once, in Ooty, but maybe i am a bit scared to go to the very populated city alone!

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  13. Great expressions, and uncoached! I am still learning how to do portraits!

    P.S. No worries about the wolves, they are so tamed. You can pet them.

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  14. Such wonderful expressions and faces!

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  15. Nice pictures. Yeah, having a long lens is a wonderful thing to click shots without people noticing!

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  16. Your B&W photos speak more than color ones! I feel as if I were standing in this market.
    Great captures!!
    Have a wonderful week!
    keiko

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  17. galing ng pictures, as usual. winner!

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  18. You captured the moments of the life! Fantastic series of monochrome street photography!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Wonderful B&W portraits, Maria, really interesting.

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  20. Amazing expressions! Great images.

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  21. Watching cafefully is the beginning to a way that finishes in the truth. Great greys!!

    Val

    Barcelona Daily Photo

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  22. Wonderful set of portraits! They look great in b&w.

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  23. incredible monochrome portraits, maria! considering you took them all from your car, amazing!

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  24. I love people watching a lot.

    You captured them wonderfully.

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  25. Wonderful portraits! Each one tells an interesting story behind it.

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