Hindu-Buddhist Temple Above Kathmandu

Trishaw Driver Waiting for a Fare in Kathmandu

Bicycle Repair Shop in Kathmandu

One of Many Markets on the Streets of Kathmandu 

Himalayan Vista in Annapurna Range

One of the Villages on Annapurna Trek

Kathmandu Driver

Bargain AMAP in the Nepali Capital (or you may be paying "tourist prices")

Ancient Kathmandu Side Streets Tend Towards Being Narrow 

The Market I Used As A Landmark So I Could Find My Guesthouse Again

A Kathmandu Street - All photos were taken before the 2015 earthquake

Cotton Candy Seller Taking Lunch at Monkey Temple (Kathmandu)

A Third Eye Promises Perception Beyond Ordinary Sight


  1. Very colorful photos! I advise you to use a tripod. Using a tripod for HDR photos will not only help to stabilize each individual image (and some shots do on a fairly long exposures), but also it cover the full dynamic range of the scene you want to stay with different exposures. And soft http://besthdrprogram.com/ is very important for hdr

  2. You're right. I used to use a monopod once in a while, but it's not as good as a tripod can do.

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