Serene Photos Of Bangladesh By Farhad Rahman

In the ongoing series ‘Song of a coast’, Bangladesh-based photographer Farhad Rahman captures the changes of the 580-kilometer coastal area beside the Bay of Bengal. The imagery, which consists of pastel tones and bare landscapes, documents how the effects of global warming influence the nature and daily activities of the people living there, such as fishing and farming. In a statement about his work, Rahman says his “photographs project the relation between life and space as it is in home and abroad: a positive portrait of rural to urban life, space and the nature within his reach.”

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All images © Farhad Rahman

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