It has been a while since I last blogged. A long, long while indeed but it has been busy. Not only in terms of getting my other portfolio (the wedding stuff) up and running properly, work has been quite crazy and not to mention, my upgrade. That is right, I am now a father.
And what an experience it is.
This is going to be a real quick and short post to mark the final day I spent in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was an amazing seven days in the country that I not only experienced a wedding in Bangladesh but I got to experience the sights and sounds of the city as well.
Not to forget the awesome mutton briyani which I still can remember fondly. I spent the final day resting in the hotel before our check-out and then some time in the airport, chatting with Steph Tan and finally moving in to the departure lounge and got the picture above.
I must apologise once again for neglecting this blog. Not that I don’t have any content, I haven’t even finished blogging about Bangladesh which happened all the way back in January! One thing for sure, I was jolted by the fact that I have not blogged in a long time when a friend shared my blog link on his Facebook.
So, let’s try to finish Bangladesh before I go on to other stuff which includes my trip to Australia! Oh my, is that gonna be a super epic multi-parter right there… Back to Dhaka, Day 6 was pretty much a city tour of Dhaka and we ended up in another temple or was it a mosque?
One of the things that impressed me in Dhaka is that people are generally friendly. They will smile at you, strike you a random pose or just talk to you. And when they find out I was from Malaysia, they had even more things to say! Some will tell me about their experience working in Malaysia while others express their hopes to visit Malaysia one day.
The old man above is one my favourite shots from the entire trip. All I did was just point my camera at him, and he gave me a lil smile to with the shot.
If you are wondering what happened to Day 5, it was a full editing day for us as we needed to get shots ready for the big dinner on Day 6. You can check out pictures from that wedding here.
Day 6 finally came and since we were done with the editing, we went on a half day tour before the big dinner. We were quite lucky because we saw an awesome exhibition right in front of the Parliament building. It featured Yann Arthus-Bertrand, a French aerial photographer, filmmaker and environmentalist. The photos were really, really cool.