Bogra, a town in Bangladesh’s north-west, is known for its potatoes, red chilies, sweet yoghurt puddings and the historic ruins in the surrounding countryside. But this post will be about neither of them. It’s simply a small series of shots, taken on the streets that lead from Shatmata, the “seven-road junction” in the heart of the city. Hopefully they manage to capture the town’s very nice vibe. Like everywhere in Bangladesh, there’s activity in every single alleyway and intersection, on every piece of pavement and behind every door.