Friendly City

One misconception I had about Bangladesh (it being a Muslim country) was the strict sets of rules and regulations regarding clothing and how one behaves. But as you can see with these photos, teens go out with their "friends" and meet outside just like here in the states; that makes me smile.

And with these pictures, I end my Bangladesh series. I start a new set soon.


  1. Looks like people are not abashed to express themselves. It's really good. Quite opposite to what they have in Geneva.

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  2. Thanks for sharing your Bangladesh series of pictures. I had a glimpse of what it looks like out there.

  3. First of all, thanks for your birthday greetings. I really appreciate it.

    Thanks for sharing these great photos. It's interesting to learn more about Bangladesh culture.

  4. What an impressive series on Bangladesh! Thank you for sharing :)

  5. Yesterday I met a woman who comes from Bangladesh, I can't tell them apart from Indians =D I see also they are beautiful people! Hope to see more of the sets after Bangladesh. See you again!

  6. it's because bangladesh is a moderate muslim country. try to visit fundamentalist state and you'll see the difference


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