A little light can be a part of a big change; a difference; a movement. That little light brought a revolution of change during the Crimean war. That little light was believed, relied on by a lady, Florence Nightingale. Never was the dim glow underestimated. It was carried and with the help of the little light were thousands of lives saved. Often the power of the smallest of things are neglected and overseen by us in life. It is time when we start appreciating the minute details of items around us and in turn be that little light. If not, then at least help carry and spread that little light during distress, difficulties or simply when someone needs it. This picture was taken at Mohakhali, Dhaka.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | December 21
Award Score: 65 (Value 13, Clarity 12, Composition 17, Style 11, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Still Life Photography
Photograph Location: Mohakhali, Dhaka | Bangladesh
Photographer: Yasef Imroze Ifaz (Sydney, Australia) Registered
Yasef Imroze Ifaz is originally from Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is currently doing his Undergrads at Macquarie University, Australia. Photography is a hobby that he picked up recently. He is into close up and landscape photography, mostly. He believes, that photography has totally changed his perception towards nature. Yasef loves to portray the beauty of his country Bangladesh through his lenses. In the near future Yasef plans to travel around the world with the camera as his companion. This hobby gives him endless amount of joy!