One thing that will forever stay with me, haunt me perhaps, is the way people have stared at me while I've been in Bangladesh. It's something I've never experienced quite on such a scale. I'm not the most well-travelled chap, admittedly; I've spent most of my time in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Timor-Leste while I've […]
Sticking with the theme of people holding umbrellas, here is a photo I took at the Leda camp for unregistered Rohingya refugees in Teknaf, southern Bangladesh. More photos from Teknaf and from my travels around the country are on my FlickR account.
This is probably my favourite photo that I've taken during my time in Bangladesh. It's a picture of a farmer in Sirajganj. I was walking through some fields when I spotted him and decided to take his photo. He stopped dead and posed, holding a lamb and an umbrella, while a handful of sheep strolled […]
After my bout of food poisoning here in Bangladesh, I thought I was good to go. I expected to recover and be done with sickness so that I could get on with my work. But it wasn't to be. I'd been feeling better for a few days, but then Sunday, August 15, happened. I woke […]
A few more photos here if you're keen.