Journey by Train in Bangladesh


Jul 19, 2018

Azim Khan Ronnie


How the Photo was Taken

Photo took with DSLR and post processing with Lightroom


Photo Location

Thousands of commuters and travelers try to find a spot on the train - with many resorting to standing on the roof and holding onto the front. With no seats and not many trains, people are forced to resort to grabbing hold of the outside and standing on the roof so they can get home. I was able to capture the dangerous overcrowding as people tried to board trains at Tongi, Bangladesh. Between 8,000-10,000 people were trying to find any possible space to board the trains. People jumps one train to another train in Biswa Ijtema 2017 Dhaka, Bangladesh. During Bishwa Ijtema people jump one train to another train with life risk for back to home.


About the Author

Azim Khan Ronnie

Azim Khan Ronnie was born in Dhaka and brought up in Bogra, Bangladesh. He has an utter passion for photography and photography has been his passion. As a photographer, his essential aim is to capture the moments of life and give them significance by making them static in time. He loves to travel and be in different places, meet new people, and enjoy the experience that photography offers, which is to capture Earth's beautiful and awe-inspiring moments. He also loves to experiment with his photo

Website : www.ronniefoto.com

Twitter : ronniekhan7



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