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.
We also passed by the Prime Minister’s Office and my only thought as we went past the office was the nice garden located inside. If only we can get permission to get a portrait session done inside, that would be quite awesome :)
The Parliament in Dhaka is a tourist attraction by itself because of its quite funky design. It is not a huge building but it is quite an interesting building. Too bad we can only shoot it from afar as I would love to go inside and see what is it like within the building.
After staring at the Parliament for a while, we were off to one of the oldest temples in Dhaka. The tour guide must have thought we were funny because we spent probably all of five minutes looking at the temple and we were then spending a long time staring at some unknown building near the river.
What can I say? Reflection rules! :P That was Day 6 Part 1, so we will see some of the friendly Dhaka people in the next post :)