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World Tour: Nepal Photography

World Tour: Nepal Photography

Nepal lies on a little territory and if to look for it on the map you’ll see it as a piece of land that reminds footprint, which is squeezed between two Asian monsters – India and China. Relief of Nepal is like a tribune of a stadium. It has extended from south to the north on about 150 kilometres. And all this space gradually raises higher and higher, row upon row. The football field and racecourses are fertile lowlands of India, and overhead rows next to a board are the Large Himalaya range after which there is a homeless mountain desert – the Tibetan Plateau. Jungles to the south and eternal ices to the north. Hills and valleys, stormy rivers and snow lances of mountain of 8,000 metres or higher. People arrive here, to see the Nature. And they can find it here. But Nepal also has its original culture. Due to the long-term isolation, Nepal saved unique cities, temples, customs. In this collection of photos we made an effort share with you the spirit of Nepal and maybe to inspire you on a new trip in to this enigmatic country.

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Yokee

Yokee in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Mohan Duwal

Sadhu

Sadhu in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Dima Chatrov

Nepal

Nepal in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Dhilung Kirat

Aama Bhujung (Pregnant Mother), Barun Valley, Nepal

Aama Bhujung (Pregnant Mother), Barun Valley, Nepal in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Anton Jankovoy

View from the Gokyo Peak

View from the Gokyo Peak in World Tour: Nepal Photography

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Eruption of Manaslu

Eruption

Roadside waterfall

Roadside waterfall in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Moonrise in Himalayas (The road appears under the steps of walking one)

Moonrise in Himalayas (The road appears under the steps of walking one) in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Wind-hardened

Wind-hardened in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Sadhu smoking hashish

Sadhu smoking hashish in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Roy Zipstein

Young Monks, Kathmandu

Young Monks, Kathmandu in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Piet Flour

Grandmothers

Grandmothers in World Tour: Nepal Photography

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Sebastian Wolligandt

Nepal, Pashupatinath – Sadhu

Nepal, Pashupatinath - Sadhu in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim

Into the passing heavens

Into the passing heavens in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Wind-hardened

Wind-hardened in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Dan Ransom

Gokyo Lakes – Khumbu Nepal

Gokyo Lakes - Khumbu Nepal in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim

Rural Dreams

Rural Dreams in World Tour: Nepal Photography

A Sot

Paragliding

Paragliding in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Natalja Mistukova

Jungle

Jungle in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Valery Latypov

Mustang

Mustang in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Mark Podrabinek

Kid

Kid in World Tour: Nepal Photography

b. Yves

Child …

Child ... in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Sam Gellman

Nepal Sunlight

Nepal Sunlight in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Dor Kedmi

Sunset on the lake

Sunset on the lake in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Lucie Debelkova

Sunset at Pokhara’s Lake Phewa

Sunset at Pokhara's Lake Phewa in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Samir Pradhananga

Kathmandu City in the Night View

Kathmandu City in the Night View in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Marcellian Tan

Beautiful sunrise

Beautiful sunrise in World Tour: Nepal Photography

Ruth Sari

Bike n’fruit

Bike n'fruit in World Tour: Nepal Photography

  • AndrewG,
  • March 3, 2013

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  • Zac

    Wow. These are some great photos. I went trekking in Nepal with my highschool group last spring, and it was one of the most incredible things i’ve done. Seeing these brought back some great memories.