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All these places are situated in Bangladesh. The Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world. Saint Martin’s Island is one of the most attractive tourist place of Bangladesh. And Patiya is the place where my village home is placed.

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Early morning at Saint Martin’s Island. This photo is one of my personal favorites.03022008687
At Saint Martin’s Island
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Some where at Patiya. This spot is very close to my village home.19052009912
Same place at Patiya. My another favorite.
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Same place at Patiya
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Beside a tea shop, Patiya. That day we went there just to have a cup of tea!
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On the way to the Sundarbans. Taken from a launch. There's something special about this photo. The trees are blurry but the sky is not. I don't know why my camera acted this weird then. But this is why I like this photo :)
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Kotka Beach, The Sundarbans
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Koromchol, The Sundarbans. I was on a small boat while taking this shot.

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