This is the story of the children who endure hunger and poverty daily but never stop playing happily and innocently, showing the world that they are worthy of being loved by everyone on earth, and do not live on the pity of the developed world in the debt of the burden of millions of dollars of “foreign aid”.
From the evergreen villages that stretch from the plains of the mighty Ganges
These children are from the evergreen villages that stretch from the plains of the mighty Ganges to the deserted highlands of Himalayas. From the narrow alleys of Dhaka to the furthest island in the gulf of Thailand, the shining faces of these children touch our hearts and make us imagine a world of innocence. This first volume one contains photographs of the ever smiling children, from the streets of Bangladesh to its inland villages and coastal areas.
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Nasrul Eam is a photographer and writer of the digital age. He was an award – winning web designer and worked as an art director for many years, then left to pursue a career as a photographer, photography writer, and instructor. He has a unique eye for observing nature and the lifestyle of people. Eam’s passion for photography, designing, writing and art is absorbing and illuminating in a remarkable way. Besides The Happy Children of The Third World, Nasrul wrote books like The Quintessence of Photography: Understanding Composition, for developing artistic vision, The Essence of Close-up Photography, for developing basic photography vocabulary, while teaching one to do close-up photography artistically. All of these books are remarkable guides to the field of photography. He also wrote books like Illuminating Nature: Moments in Reflection, with more vivid examples for nature photography.
Nasrul founded Light and Composition Magazine, from the travel – dream destination of Maenam, on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand, in the beginning of 2010, during his South East Asia tour. Then on June 12, 2010, the magazine first saw the light of this world. Nasrul spends most of his time studying, travelling, photographing, and doing research. Travelling through different cultures took Nasrul closer to people, life and nature. He learnt different languages to understand people. Besides this, he studies the scriptures of different religions in their original language, and researches these with today’s established science, in order to understand the meaning of life. His research on science and religion helped him accept Islam.
Pages: 95 pages
Edition: Second Revised Edition (March 29, 2011)
IOCTN (ISBN): 912-1-12114-912-4
First Published Date: October 1, 2008
Author: Nasrul Eam
Size: 9.5 MB
Price: $ 18.99
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