The survey team(drilling team) of BAPEX conducted a three–dimensional (3D) seismic survey in Rashidpur gas field. The picture is taken on 2010. A group of young Bangladeshi talent is really appreciated about their 3D seismic survey works.
A group of Dhaka University students take part in a protest rally at Shahbag intersection in the capital demanding trail of the bus driver whose reckless driving killed Towhid Zaman,a second-year student of International relations department of the University.
Start close in,
don’t take the second step
or the third,
start with the first thing close in,
the step you don’t want to take.
Start with the ground you know . . .
~ David Whyte
Many souls are now partially awakened, and they do not need much more Light to become fully awakened.
Your own creative powers will be enhanced but until you evolve you further there are limitations as to how far you can go.
In essence you are an ENERGY OF LOVE … This is how you became. You will always be an ENERGY OF LOVE even though you may choose to experience different pictures of how to portray this ENERGY OF LOVE that you are.
For instance … if you were to decide to yourself as a tree for two hundred years … you are at liberty to do so. You can be anything you choose to be . . .
We look forward to the time when the Power of Love will replace the Love of Power. Then will our world know the blessings of peace. –William Ewart Gladstone
Yes, this week photo challenge theme is MERGE, I read the article about the merge to me as a photojournalist merge meaning to different entries into one. I think my war and peace picture is the perfect for the theme about the merge.
I took this picture in my living room, suddenly I saw throw my window four fighters aircraft flies on the sky instant, I compose my frame with bird sit on the wall. Finally when I saw my picture I am really happy to see my picture and think maybe it is the perfect picture of WAR & PEACE.
wishing you all Eid Mubarak ( biggest religious festival of Muslims World) greetings from Bangladesh . . .