Monirul Alam BANGLADESH based photojournalist began to document for his long term project in his own country about the climate change, displace and mass migration. Monirul thinks his footsteps as well as his words, photographs, videos and audio create a global record and rediscover world. Monirul needs to your support for continuing his long journey . . .
Dhaka, Bangladesh. Megh’s school close down this week for summer holidays, We decided to visit a short trips in Gazipur, outskirts of Dhaka. It’s name Chuti resort and picnic spot. We spend in one night’s and day. Pleasure is a big gift from nature is here,you can loose yourself and than find yourself again it’s call a magic and love. I think it’s place is an unlimited pleasure, our little family members are really enjoy and exciting to visit this place. I am try to capture their beautiful moment and having to use my book project name PRIVATE. Photo by Monirul Alam
The City Lake is a project that engaged with visual narrative and expression. As a visual storyteller, during my photographic journey always try to look around for exploration images as it is naturally spring themselves in the world around me. This stories from the earth lives on forever.
This work address sets out to explore the edge, and the way that connect them together. The process concerns itself with a steady of space that is neither an imagined one, nor an actuality.
It is make that is open at either end, almost in the kingdom of vision. The viewer can consider the space,light, shade,object and imagine with their own contemplation of these poetic journey.
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Bangladesh’s garment industry has grown rapidly during the last decade. The Ready Made Garment, RMG, sector contributes 76% of the total export earning of Bangladesh. Recently an eight-story block housing factories and a shopping center on the outskirts of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka collapsed on April 24 morning killing at least 430 more ( update, 2 May 2013) people. Rescuers fear the death toll may rise significantly. Local citizen, fire fighters, army personnel,police, volunteers joined to rescue them. A number of workers garment factories in Savar alleged that they were forced to work in the morning. Most of the victims who have been rescued from under the debris in the afternoon are dead. The injured and dead victims were rushed at Enam Medical College and Hospital in Savar to hand over victims’ relatives for burial.
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