Flood
In the last few months, the flood situation has worsened around Dhaka, in Kishoreganj, due to unseasonal rains and landslides. The water level is still rising in all the nearby rivers. As a result, several villages have been submerged. People in these areas, which have been under water for six months, have lost their only crop in the floods and are now in dire straits, Kishoreganj district of Bangladesh on September 22, 2021.

Muhammad Amdad Hossain, Bangladesh

Print Size: 960x640 mm
Frame Size: 1140x820 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schooller True Baryta 310gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS AA 342 31

 

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Flood

Archival Giclee Digital Print


In the last few months, the flood situation has worsened around Dhaka, in Kishoreganj, due to unseasonal rains and landslides. The water level is still rising in all the nearby rivers. As a result, several villages have been submerged. People in these areas, which have been under water for six months, have lost their only crop in the floods and are now in dire straits, Kishoreganj district of Bangladesh on September 22, 2021.

Photographer:
Muhammad Amdad Hossain, Bangladesh


Print Size: 960x640 mm

Frame Size: 1140x820 mm

Exhibit: POS AA 342 31

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