So right now I’m currently editing pictures for the long overdue Antarctica post that I should have up in a couple of weeks. That being said I do not have time to go through all 1300 photos that I took from the 20 day Annapurna trek in Nepal, but I would like to have some content up from the trip because everybody is asking how it was and wanting to see pics. As a solution to this predicament I decided to link you the post that Dawn has written on her blog “Experimental Happiness”. We have traveled together for good chunk of our RTW trips so be sure to take a look at the rest of her awesome blog to read about other amazing countries and destinations that we’ve been to that you can’t find on my site.
While making my way to check out Basantapur square in Kathmandu I got the urge to shoot some street photography. Pulling my EPL-1 out of my backpack and mounting my trusty 45mm 1.8 lens I headed off down the street excited to feed one of my passions in life.
After about 10 mins of shooting I realized Kathmandu is a street photographers paradise! Every second something or someone interesting would catch my attention keeping me left eye glued to my viewfinder. Also the streets and squares are very busy which makes for an environment were you can really get in close without being detected to capture those candid moments in people’s lives.
Life on a string
Making the move
Dream of flight
Smile for a smile
Never trust a monkey!
Going for a walk
Light in the cage
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