Incredibly beautiful country.
A politically unstable country, which legalized prostitution, regularly occurring natural disasters, and living conditions appalling, is often exactly what we envision Bangladesh. But today’s project is not about that.
29-year-old shameem Sharif Sousse from Bangladesh — a pilot by profession and photographer by vocation. Often he takes with him into the sky a camera and a bird’s eye shoots stunning footage of different parts of their homeland. In his lens fall forests, beaches, Islands, coral reefs, fishing villages and an endless variety of water bodies.
“I find that photography is like a journey through the ocean of emotions and beauty of the world. I believe the camera my friend who helps me to see the world like I’ve never seen it and feel it in my soul,” — says shameem.
Pictures of aerophotograph allow you to forget about stereotypes and to admire the beautiful South Asian country through the eyes of a lover to the sky and their country man.
Boats on the shore in the village of Daulatdia, known in Bangladesh as the place where they never sleep
Network for growing shrimp in the city Mohammedpur, district MAGURA
This little shack located in the heart of the lake in MAGURA full of algae. Each day the fishermen arrive by boat, spend the day fishing at the cabin, and then leave. Traces of boats remain on the water, making a hut similar to the center of a huge web
The photo was taken above the port of Arica where several boats carrying people from one Bank to another. Colors and shapes in the photo to create an interesting impression of organized chaos
In Bangladesh a lot of marshes, canals and rivers. For rural residents of this country, fishing is a way of life and a way to find food. Photo — fishing boats
A typical pattern for Bangladesh: a husband and wife bathe livestock
The fishermen gather their catch in a network. The photo was taken over the river Kaliganga in flight from the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka, to the city Manikganj
The rays of the evening sun illuminate the lonely boat and the sandy Bank of river Padma in Podoroga Bera, Pabna district
The traces of herds of buffaloes in the swamp in the district of FeNi resemble the hair of Medusa from Greek mythology
Boat moved by wind leaves a bizarre trail on the surface of the lake
The boats are connected together, similar to the Lotus flowers
Boat “splits” the water surface of the river Megna
The rain and the sun, captured over the district of Bandarban
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