Bangladesh: a present-day water world

National Public Radio: Photographer Jonas Bendiksen made three separate trips to Bangladesh last year to document the wet season and the ways that rising waters are altering Bangladeshi life. National Geographic's May issue shows the impact of flooding in a densely-populated, low-lying country barraged by seasonal monsoons and cyclones, and situated in the Ganges Delta "” the world's largest delta. The photos portray an adaptability and resilience of the Bangladeshi people "” who don't seem to ask if there will be floods......

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