Stunning Aerials View of Bangladesh Landscapes Tauheed Ahmad August 19, 2016 Photography, Travel & Places 1182 In this eerie photo series, you can see majestic bird’s-eye view of beautiful Bangladesh, dramatic landscapes and endless traditions captured in spectacular aerial snaps. A Bangladeshi pilot Shamim Shorif Susom has captured fascinating bird eye photographs that show river, lakes and green landscapes in his home country. The Bangladeshi pilot took these stunning photos, while flying across the South Asian country mainly famous for small villages, serene countryside outside the busy capital of Dhaka. He tries to give an exclusive look at daily life of villagers, whose life span is fertile farmland and paddy fields, and fisherman who set out every day on rivers or lakes in traditional boats. Susom was belonging to a small village, change his life by moving to Dhaka for higher study, and eventually became a pilot. His passion never dies for his country, has never forgotten his roots. He says, I’m very fortunate enough to fly and fortunate enough to see my root, my village, my urban life from a different perspective. Therefore, at the end of day, I’m trying to capturing memoirs of my reconnection. I’m revisiting my country my past, and especially my childhood. I love my past, my village, my roots, and my country as well. Titled ‘On Heaven’s Door’, Susom shot this scene of a boat on a lake in Bangladesh’s Pabna District This photo was taken over the village of Daulatdia – which is known more for its brothels and exploitation of girls and women This photo – called ‘Medusa’ – shows the track of grazing cattle. It was taken while Susom was flying over Feni District This image of an unoccupied boat drifting away in a lake around five hours east of Dhaka is called ‘Signature’ Susom’s images provide a unique look at daily life for fishermen who set out every day on rivers or lakes in traditional boats Susom calls this photo ‘Chilliland’. He said his aerial photography allows him to reconnect with his roots in Bangladesh Susom grew up in a village in Bangladesh’s countryside and moved to Dhaka, where he eventually became a pilot Susom said he is ‘capturing the memoirs of my reconnection’ through his aerial photography Susom snapped this photo – called ‘Serenade to Spring – while flying over a lake. It shows birds flying low over the water Susom took these images while flying across the South Asian country known for small villages and serene countryside Pilot and photographer Shamim Shorif Susom snapped this incredible shot of a storm in Bangladesh’s Bandarban District Much of Susom’s work features fishermen or villagers whose lifeline is the country’s fertile farmland and paddy fields Manikganj, a district just east of the capital, Dhaka, in central Bangladesh, served as the setting for this serene scene A couple leads their cattle through water in this photo taken from high above Bangladesh’s Manikganj District A boat cuts through the water in a photo titled ‘Arrowhead’. Susom said he is revisiting his childhood through his work Source: My Modernmet Related PostsMindblowing Captures of Wayne SimpsonWild Remote Beauty of Norway, Iceland and Scotland’s LandscapesThe Incredible Beauty of Irish Coastline in a Series of Landscape shortsRussian Photographer Uncovers Greenland’s Hidden GemsLake Mývatn a Natural Wonder of IcelandBreathtaking Snow-Capped Mountains and Serene Lochs of the Scottish HighlandsBrilliant Photography of Patagonia’s Untouched LandscapesThe Incredible Hydrothermal Fields of Ethiopia Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.