265 Days in Nepal

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Spending most of the year in Asia is something I’m used to but this time around was a bit different. After nine months in Boudha making a life of study, practice and friends coming back to the states this time felt a bit different. You get used to things being turned upside down once or twice a year when living the nomadic lifestyle but when you start “making” a life in places and form attachments that makes leaving a totally different experience. I feel as though Nepal is my second home and I will be back just taking a little break for some fresh air.

These are my favorite images from mostly Boudha and the surrounding Kathmandu area. All photographed on either my Canon Mark lll or Sony A7s. Enjoy!

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Originally from the flat lands of the Midwest, Emily has journeyed far from home connecting with cultures and perspectives from around the world. As a National Geographic Travel contributor Emily views photography as a means to inquire into the human experience and our relationship to the lands we inhabit. Currently Emily splits her time between Nepal and California collaborating with like minded clients while working on personal projects.

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