Kathmandu to Nagarkot


The only thing that could outshine the vibrance of Kathmandu would be the Himalayas only a few hours drive away. The photographs that follow are my visual journey from the bustle of the city to the vast mountain ranges

An old woman prays at Kathmandu's Boudhanath Stupa.
An old woman prays at Kathmandu's Boudhanath Stupa.
closeup of incence burning in kathmandu
Incense burn throughout Nepal but especially at places of prayer.

busy street in Kathmandu
the Streets of Kathmandu are always moving, always noisy and always casting some kind of smell.
beggar in the sun outside a temple
A Beggar sits outside Boudhanath Stupa in the heat of the sun, with deformed feet this is likely her only means of survival.
Boudhanath Stupa is a very famous and holy place specially for Buddhists People.
Boudhanath Stupa is a very famous and holy place specially for Buddhists People. It is one of the most popular world heritage site of Nepal.
Boudhanath Stupa from above
Kathmandu's Boudhanath Stupa is something everyone must see when travelling the area.
Boudhanath Stupa with prayer flags
To tourists it comes across as a place for tourism but it is truely a place of worship for many locals

3 boys walk down the busy street in kathmandu
Peace in this crazy city.
Nagarkot at sunset
Sunset exceeded all expectations. the haze may have restricted views but its was more the feeling of being so high but still so far below
Matthew Littlewood in the Himalayas
Came way unprepared for how cold it was up at that altitude.

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