The girl, who wore pierced earrings and a frilly dress, was staying motionless in front of me. Having a grin on her face, she was gazing at my SLR camera. I saw both her gladness and bashfulness at the same moment when I looked into a viewfinder.
Although I didn't know the exact reason, the girls in Bangladesh were quieter than boys. They usually didn't make a noise even though they found my camera. Maybe their religion made so.
|Mar 2014 BANGLADESH PEOPLE|
|DHAKA EARRING FRILL GIRL SMILE|
March 29, 2014
January 16, 2020
CANON EOS 1V
EF85MM F1.2L II USM