Nepal may be a pristine piece of Himalayan wet dream for backpackers, a buffer zone between India and China, nostalgia of a deceased Kingdom or vagitus of a greenhorn democracy, depending on your inclination and ideology. Nevertheless, no one can deny the visual delight that the home of Mount Everest has to offer. Fellow slacker Su Ko, who was recently on an official tour to the country, has provided a glimpse of what a country through his photographs. These were taken using his Canon PowerShot SX110 IS. Neither me nor my DSLR has made any contribution to these images.
I will be posting more Nepal photographs in a serialized manner. The first set here contains a few aerial views of Nepal as well as a few initial shots of Kathmandu upon arrival.
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PS: If you are planning to visit Nepal and finally go for that EBC trek this summer, check the Everest Base Camp Trek Preparation post.
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