In 14 September Salma chowdhury born in famous families of Dhaka District. I am a Bangladeshi, My father name is Abdul Hameed chowdhury and my mother name is Nazma chowdhury. We have four sister. i am a student of Dhaka eden mohila collage, i like songs, guitar, painting batik, cooking, stitching, poetry writting etc, i like gardening. i am a member of Dhaka YWCA and guitar organization.For some time I worked at vorerbarta.com and news 24 gonomat.com. Now i am 48th popular member of Jibonpata.com. Currently I write articles at eshoaykori.com i am a blogger. I work on various cultural issues, and currently online job on my laptop. in my childhood I attend Bangladesh Television nutunkuri program. I written article and display painting art work in the kisorbangla newspaper. In the institution of Dhaka art collage I display my painting work. I sale my painting card in the shop Jiraz Art gallery. When I was young, I started my education in Uddayan school and later I studied in Augrani girls high school. When my father become ambassador in Qatar I pass S.S.C examination in Bangladeshi embassy in Qatar and H.S.C pass Eden girls, collage. After a few months, I studied Shamsunnahar Sisukola School and Dhaka Art Collage Recently I study in degree classes. I involved in many cultural institution. I become life member in Dhaka woman’s Christian Association (Y.W.C.A), Dhaka Guitar institution and Ummes Academy. In Ummes Academy monthly programe there I sing rabindra sangeet. I finished my five year Guitar course in the (Y.W.C.A). I finished my computer basic course in the Tokiyo, Rottary and many other several institution. When I was in Qatar, I received the first prize in International Children's Drawing Competition and Japan's Foreign Minister Gold and silver medal. A few years later, I got the gold medal of Rabindra Sangeet, and also I get Philip Radio, Jainul Abedin award, Sanker, online china certificate etc. I traveled to Jessore, India, Delhi, Ajmer, Qatar.
Upper Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan, USA
This blast of autumn colour comes from the uppers falls of Tahquamenon Falls, within a state park of the same name in Michigan, USA. The cascade has the nickname ‘Root Beer Falls’ due to the reddish-brown tint the water often takes. Cedar swamps upstream put a high concentration of tannins in the water, which causes the discolouration. And when autumn turns the leaves on the banks orange and crimson, the waterfall blends in nicely with the colour scheme.