There was a time when I could write quickly, and now those are history. Instead of writing now, I can take photos. It may be good for me. I started taking pictures when I was 7 with the inspiration of my Photographer, Uncle Kabir. For the information, I grew up in a remote village. Still, there was no electricity in 2008!
A few months before, my friend Bratya Raisu (Writer, Poet, Philosopher, Editor, and Painter) told me, “Why are you not starting writing again? You’ve had a colorful childhood.” I didn’t answer his question because I was searching for myself. And Finally, I realized my pasts are vast.
In the very morning, I started writing on my blog. For this purpose, my ex-colleague Shafqat Ahmed (www.shafqatahmed.com) inspired me. He told me I have many versatile things to write such as Computing, Internet, Web Technology, Hacking, Networking, Photography, Writing, Music, and Traveling. Well, it is a vast category. But from today, I’ll do this.
I took this photo from Ishmam’s playground in Lalmatia, Dhaka. This is a common flower in Bangladesh. We called it “JOBA.” I didn’t do Photoshop work here; I just played with the RAW processing.
I used my Nikon D80 with a 300mm Macro lens.