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    We would never see something like this in America. There's probably a law against carrying too large an object on a bicycle. That's obviously not true in many parts of the world. The hardest part in making this photo is trying to fit a long skinny object in a rectangular frame. But Arniban has solved that problem by shooting at an angle, making the left bike much larger. The rear-view mirror of his scooter helps fill out the frame. I hope he wasn't actually looking through the camera!

    Daniel Westergren
    Director of Photography, National Geographic Travel
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    Date Taken: Sep 25, 2013
    Date Uploaded: Jun 21, 2015
    Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7000
    Focal Length: 18 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/8 sec
    Aperture: f/10
    ISO: 800
    Copyright: © Anirban Biswas
    Categories: Black and White, People, Travel
    Assignments: Road Trip