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Posts Tagged ‘Swayambhunath’

One of the most terrifying things that happened to me when I left Australia to live in England a year ago, apart from leaving my friends and family behind on the other side of the world of course, was the uncertainty my move cast over the future of my business as a photojournalist. ┬áLeaving Australia […]

Today I decided to head down to one of the most famous Newari villages in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, a world heritage listed area famous for its architecture, died cloths and pottery. Pots that are left to dry in the baking heat of summer at a local square. Bhaktapur is wonderful for photography. No large vehicles are […]