A number of boats were moored at the pier with no ticket booth or information board

Boats on river bank
Boats moored on the Brahmaputra River
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The Brahmaputra River, which started in Tibet, passed through India and Bhutan, and entered Bangladesh, joins the Ganges River in this country. The Brahmaputra River flows next to Mymensingh before its confluence.

When I came to the riverbank, there were several wooden boats moored there. There was no pier anywhere, but it looked like a dock. Local people were waiting to board their boats and sail away. There was no roof, so some people were pointing parasols.

There was no ticket office, no information board to let me know when the boat would be leaving. It was a very difficult dock for a stranger to get on a boat. In any case, it is not easy to find out where the boat is going.

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PHOTO DATA

No

3876

Shooting Date

Sep 2009

Posted On

March 27, 2010

Modified On

July 8, 2022

Place

Mymensingh, Bangladesh

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Lens

EF85MM F1.2L II USM

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