Curvy Road, Bangladesh

You know one of those snapshots that you’ve taken at a moment’s notice and then totally forgot about it? This here is one of those shots.

I took this photo from inside a rushing car. We went to our village and were returning to Dhaka. So I can’t quite tell where exactly this photo was taken as we had to cross a few districts. I took this shot just because I liked the trees. Later, when culling my images, I figured that there’s a small curve ahead and that might have made this photo a good one.

I’m usually hard on my photos. I don’t keep archives. I delete photos that I don’t use. Heck, I don’t even have the raw photos of most of the photos that were popular on social media. But this is one of the photos that I wish I’d kept the raw file. I’d be able to do much better processing than what I’ve done here.


Nikon D3100, Nikkor 55-200mm f/4-5.6


Anyway, it could have been worse, right? What if I hadn’t taken this photo in the first place?

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A. I. Sajib

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