Rely on Patience and Hope
Trekking in Madi
Students Walking in the Rain
Samyog Picks Tea
Tea Garden Vista
Nepal's WingsKathmandu Durbar SquareA young boy runs among the pigeons of Kathmandu's Durbar Square.
Helping HandKathmanduMonsoon season in Nepal brings lots of rain. Wearing a brightly colored sari, this woman lends a hand to another woman entering a cab.
Rely on Patience and HopeKathmandu2015 was a rough year for Nepal as the country was witness to not one, but two devastating earthquakes. This man had been standing still in this position for a few moments, months after the second earthquake, as if in a meditative state.
Trekking in MadiMadiSix hours of trekking in the jungle with my host Ramakanta (back), and his friend were six of the greatest hours of my life.
Blowing SmokeMadiMarijuana grows freely in Nepal. My host, Ramakanta, lights up a leaflet filled with the plant. His family and friend observe in the background.
Host FamilyMadiSome of the kindest people one could ever meet are to be met in Nepal. These are some of the people I stayed with while on my one month trip in the country. They supplied me with more food and generosity than I could imagine.
Students Walking in the RainKathmanduCapturing a candid moment of two students laughing together while walking after school.
Samyog Picks TeaIlamNever have I met a kid who is so curious about the world at such a young age. Samyog, 10 years old in this photo, constantly asked any question that came to his mind about why things were the way they were. I spent 9 days with him and his family in Ilam (famous for its teas).
BLISSPokharaThese two kids were staring out into the lake in the popular tourist location of Pokhara. Quickly visualizing the shot, I snapped a photo of a blissful moment.
Phewa LakePokharaThe beautiful views of Phewa Lake.
Tea Garden VistaIlamA tea lover's heaven. This is one of the more spectacular views of Nepal that I witnessed.
ResourcefulMadiRamakanta creates a rope out of twig in order to fix a broken flip flop.
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