Nepal, Uncategorized

Here it is! An edit from 30,000 images taken in Nepal over the course of four years. I know there’s A LOT of images but bear with me. It’s an ongoing process of refining and it’s always changing, so with that here is today’s presentation of Nepal. (to see a slideshow of the images or enlarge an image click on it)


I have seen photos and heard stories of Nepal when there were no roads and you could make it only by bike or foot. The country has changed so much in the past 30 years and I can only imagine what it was like then. Thirty years isn’t that much time but the scale of development that’s happened in that time period is staggering. To live in Kathmandu now and imagine that it used to be rice fields with small pockets of development sure is something else. Like everything constantly in flux, Nepal will always be a second home to me and I will return to you again and again.

I hope you enjoy these images and if you travel to Nepal, talk to Nepalis, respect the land and try to minimize packaging waste and especially plastic water bottles. Thank you humans.



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Outdoor adventure travel photographer based in Nepal. Lover of land, culture and beautiful imagery.

5 thoughts on “A PHOTO ESSAY OF NEPAL”

  1. Thanks so much for this post. Nepal is somewhere in my list of places to see, that realistically I’ll probably never see. So I loved the beautiful photos. 🙏🏻

  2. I’ve been visiting for almost 40 years and had access to many places because my wife is Nepali. You have some good photos here rather a lot for a single post though, but very enjoyable with people, places and colours we can appreciate. 🙏🙏

  3. I don’t think there is a single photo, in this post, that isn’t innovative – for the subject, the colour, the angle with which you approached the subject. You’re an incredibly gifted photographer, and I’m glad to be following this blog. Hope I can see more photos soon please! Fabrizio

  4. Great post. You are an excellent photographer and you have captured a variety of images, from landscapes to people.

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