Moments in Nepal

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The best advice I ever got for taking pictures of people in a foreign country was to learn a bit of the language. When I first asked this old Nepali farmer about a portrait, he shook his head and turned away...read more on our Instagram | Photo & Story by @gordonwiltsie | Est Wst Collective

The best advice I ever got for taking pictures of people in a foreign country was to learn a bit of the language. When I first asked this old Nepali farmer about a portrait, he shook his head and turned away...read more on our Instagram | Photo & Story by @gordonwiltsie | Est Wst Collective

Shivaratri, or the night of Shiva is an annual Hindu festival that took place last night in Nepal and across the world. The ban on smoking chillum or hash/ganja is lifted inside of Pashupathi Temple for sadhus or ascetics as it's viewed in reverence to Lord Shiva on Shivaratri. Pashupathi, on the outskirts of Kathmandu is one of the most important holy sites for Hindus worldwide.

Shivaratri, or the night of Shiva is an annual Hindu festival that took place last night in Nepal and across the world. The ban on smoking chillum or hash/ganja is lifted inside of Pashupathi Temple for sadhus or ascetics as it's viewed in reverence to Lord Shiva on Shivaratri. Pashupathi, on the outskirts of Kathmandu is one of the most important holy sites for Hindus worldwide.

Afternoon light at Swayambhu Stupa in Nepal.

Afternoon light at Swayambhu Stupa in Nepal.

Today marks the one year anniversary (on the Nepali calendar) of the first earthquake that hit Nepal in 2015. Over 250,000 homes were destroyed and close to 9,000 people lost their lives. Rebuilding efforts are progressing slowly, but the country remains hopeful. For the next 3 days we'll be giving 100% of profits to our rehabilitation fund, which focuses on schools in areas affected by the earthquakes. @jhanac #estwst #nepalearthquake #liveauthentic #connectglobally #Nepal

Today marks the one year anniversary (on the Nepali calendar) of the first earthquake that hit Nepal in 2015. Over 250,000 homes were destroyed and close to 9,000 people lost their lives. Rebuilding efforts are progressing slowly, but the country remains hopeful. For the next 3 days we'll be giving 100% of profits to our rehabilitation fund, which focuses on schools in areas affected by the earthquakes. @jhanac #estwst #nepalearthquake #liveauthentic #connectglobally #Nepal

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