Chaminda’s eye-catching website

Cascading waterfalls, serene temples and sunset beaches are some of the images that grab your attention when you visit professional photographer Chaminda Jayasekera's website.

The 30-year-old captures Lankan culture, nature and wildlife, aspects of Buddhism and profiles with his Canon 450D SLR and displays them on his recently launched website to promote Sri Lanka and tourism in the island.

A shutterbug since his school days at Royal College, Chaminda's passion for photography has followed him into adulthood. Several of his pictures have been published in magazines as well as newspapers. While his career currently is in the field of banking, he has studied photography and plans to continue improving his skills.

Chaminda's website,, was launched on October 1 is sponsored by Metropolitan. The sleek minimalistic website has a large slideshow in the centre of the homepage displaying a random collection of his photographs, and a navigation bar on the right that takes you to a specific stream of themed photographs.

Web designer Anjana Goonetilleke of eDesigners has played his part in helping Chaminda reach people across the globe.

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