Category Archive for: ‘Nepal Earthquake’

Mukunda Bahadur Shrestha became the first official photographer of the Nepal Tourism Department and spent the 70s and 80s traveling across Nepal, photographing landscapes, cultures and people presenting Nepal to the rest of the world through postcards, brochures, posters and travel magazines. This is one of Shrestha’s favourite photos. Here, three young children pose for the camera in Tarkeghyang village, in the Helambu region northeast of Kathmandu. The wave-like peaks and dips of the Himalayas in the background is mimicked in the way the children stand and sit on an uneven wall, their eyes wide with curiosity and disbelief.

Buy an Historic Print, and Support Nepal’s Reconstruction!

As a photographer and lover of Nepal – its history, its legacy, and its future – I jump anytime I …

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Mani stone high in the mountains of Nepal.

CONTINUING THE COMPASSION: JAKE NORTON REVISITS RECONSTRUCTION IN NEPAL

I was asked by one of my sponsors, Eddie Bauer, to reflect on the 2015 Nepal Earthquake and my efforts …

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Connecting need with supply in Nepal

Sometimes even a tiny impact can help, and in a crisis situation like the one unfolding daily in Nepal, those …

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Nepal Earthquake: More Updates, and Gear Donations Progress

NOTE: Some have asked, and I have asked myself: Why? Why now? Why me? I didn’t act – outside of …

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Eyes of Buddha at Bodhnath Stupa, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Nepal Earthquake: Update on situation, and how to help

The day is just beginning in Nepal, and news will likely bring more sadness and tragedy. Aftershocks reportedly are still …

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A young girl in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.

Nepal Earthquake: Updates, and What to do and How to help

As most everyone knows by now, there was a devastating, magnitude 7.9 earthquake at midday on April 25, 2015, with …

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