Bangladeshi bus chauffeurs don’t worry about the paintwork getting scratched…
Fun to see how much they can transport via van rickshaws but sometimes it was a bit ego deflating when they even managed to pass us.
In Bangladesh we were never alone.
It was an overnight trip heading south towards Khulna. The cook served us a ‘proper English dinner’ (which included Yorkshire pudding) and we especially enjoyed viewing the surrounding countryside in the early morning mist.
This chauffeur perfectly displays our opinion of Bangladesh!
You can never pile too much on a Bangladeshi rickshaw.
With a leading line you bring the viewer’s eye to the point of interest. In this image the white line brings your eye up to the cyclist.
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In 2010 we set off on a multi-year cycle journey titled “Bicycling Around the World in search of inspiring cycle images”. The challenge will be to photograph the diverse bicycle cultures, capture the experience of traveling by bike, and of course shoot new ‘Cycling Landscape’ images. You can follow our trip via this photo blog.
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