Archive for Dustin

Walking in the Street

Posted in Alice, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Family, Photography, Street Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 5, 2013 by marlandphotos

This is a photo of my wife and son who had to leave the crowded or occupied sidewalk for the street.  I confess that when we go somewhere they will choose to walk, while I take a rickshaw!

Being Observed by Rickshaw Wallah!

Being Observed by Rickshaw Wallah!

FRIENDS ENGAGED IN AN ANIMATED CONVERSATION

Posted in Family, Friends, Photography, Portraits with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 10, 2013 by marlandphotos

I don’t know the details but I loved the expressions and actions!! The one on the left is my son, and Diane is on the right!

Are You Sure!

Are You Sure!

Really

Really

 

Look at Him!

Look at Him!

BUSY SIDEWALK!

Posted in Dhaka, Family, Photography, Portraits, Street Photography with tags , , , , , , on December 18, 2012 by marlandphotos

MY VIEW FROM A RICKSHAW!

Dustin and Alice heading up along Mirpur Rd.

Dustin and Alice heading up along Mirpur Rd.

HAPPY 37TH BIRTHDAY TO MY YOUNGEST SON (Choto Chele), Dustin!!

Posted in Family, Occupation, Portraits with tags , , , , , on July 25, 2012 by marlandphotos

Our son, the linguist!

Relaxing between Tennis Matches!

FAMILY PHOTO

Posted in Alice, Family, Marland, Portraits with tags , , , , on April 15, 2012 by marlandphotos

OUR GUESTS TOOK THIS PHOTO!

Alice, Dustin and I.

2012 Day 42

Posted in Cambodia with tags , , , , , on February 11, 2012 by marlandphotos

TUOL SLENG GENOCIDE  MUSEUM, the former security office 21 in “Democratic Kampuchea” was created on orders of Pol Pot (Sa lut Sor). , in April 17, 1975. Office 21 was called S-21 and designed for detention, interrogation, inhuman torture, and killing after confession from the detainees were received and documented.  Previously the area hosted Tuol Sleng Primary school and Tuol Svay Prey high school.  Many rooms were converted into a set of rooms 6×4 meters each.  Most prisoners were here 2-4 months, though political prisoners were held between 6-7 months.          This info was from brochure at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.

Dustin in room that had many 4x6 meter rooms for prisoners.

2012 Day 28

Posted in Cambodia, Friends, Marland, Portraits with tags , , , , , , , on January 28, 2012 by marlandphotos

WHAT A SPECIAL DAY!  A REUNION WITH OUR FRIEND CAROLYN ESH.  We got together at Jars of Clay, a nice coffee shop near the Russian Market.

Carolyn, Me, and Dustin