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And 70th Birthday to myself!!! 🙂 Nice to have a birthday on this “Holiday!”

Happy “If you are truly successful in capturing the pulse of life, then you can speak of a good photograph.”  Rene Burri


Looking into the future, now that we are “septuagenarians!”



With my oldest son!



With my youngest son!

Happy Father’s Day


Proud Father with Son on the day, honoring Fathers!

It was a busy day, but couldn’t resist this post, even though it was belated! 🙂

Happy Father’s Day


One of my favorite portraits of my sons!

An ingenious way to display the Bangladesh Flag on the Bhramaputra River in Mymensingh, Bangladesh!


A photo of myself sporting the Bangla flag!


I am for sure thankful for my wonderful wife, Alice!!


The First Thanksgiving

How many people really know how Thanksgiving began? I would venture to guess that even most Christians can’t tell you the real story of the first Thanksgiving celebration. The modern day version of Thanksgiving was held in 1621 at the Plymouth Plantation. The pilgrims had a harvest feast after the growing season to give praise to God for his blessings. The pilgrims had plenty of things to complain about. Half of the people had died during the harsh winter of starvation or disease. Despite all of this death and disease, the pilgrims were still thankful and grateful for everything they had. During the early days, the Thanksgiving holiday was celebrated at different times in the different colonies. The annual day of Thanksgiving did not get an official date until the Civil War., when it was instituted by Abraham Lincoln

My friend Tumon utilizing a reflection.

Catching the Reflecttion

Catching the Reflecttion

Portrait taken on Eid ul Adha or Feast of Sacrifice of our neighbor’s househelper!



Eid Holidays with many stores closed. A time to celebrate with friends.

A young Lad on Asad Avenue, near Town Hall, Mohammadpur, Bangladesh.


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Tired Painter on Manik Mia in the Capital City of Dhaka, Bangladesh