Sylhet and Srimongal, Bangladesh
Photos taken by David Stanley on a visit to Sylhet and Srimongal, Bangladesh.
The East Darga Gate is the main entrance to the Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal in Sylhet, Bangladesh.
Bangladeshi workers form bricks from clay by hand and lay them out in the sun. Later the dried bricks are fired in ovens.
Patterns In Nature
Indigenous Khasi people live in hilltop villages around Lawachara National Park near Srimongal, Bangladesh. Their main source of income is from betel-nut trees.
The fish market in central Sylhet, Bangladesh, is worth a visit.
The vendor had his stall by the main street just outside the Bandar Bazar Fruit Market in Sylhet, Bangladesh.
Pilgrims to the Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal in Sylhet, Bangladesh, often stop to feed the sacred pigeons.
The mosque of the Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal in Sylhet, Bangladesh, stands next to the tomb of the century Sufi saint.
The Hail Haor Wetland Sanctuary near Srimongal, Bangladesh, provides a refuge for waterbirds and aquatic plants.
Baikka Beel is the eastern portion of the Hail Haor Wetland Sanctuary near Srimongal, Bangladesh. Over 160 bird species are found here throughout the year.
Madhabpur Lake near Srimongal, Bangladesh, is a popular tourist destination.