City parks are places with no apparent stories. These are places where people come to get rid of the stories; tough and tender. A fresh start for the next week.
Yet, patterns emerge. Parks in a city strangely reflect a picture of the socio-economic aspects of the region where they belong. A park in Dhaka, one of the most populated city of the world, is over-crowded with homeless hooligans and climate refugees who call it home. On the contrary, a New York city park is a place for lazy slumbers on the weekends.
Yet again, some stories never change over the continents. Passion and pursuit. Love and loneliness. A park, wherever it is in the world, is a stage frequented by similar human tales over and over again.
About the photographer
Mohammad Moniruzzaman is a Bangladeshi Photographer who has been practicing photography since 2007. His photography represents the humans around him, in the well and in woe. His subjective approach to photo documentation results in images which reflects his own perspective on life.
He has been making images out of variegated aspects of life in Bangladesh for the last five years. Currently he is staying in United States where he is trying to visually translate the subtle aspects of western lifestyle.