Nepal - My photos became a history

April 2015 was the earthquake in Nepal. When I heard about it, I was very sad. The year before, I had an opportunity to visit Nepal. I saw his culture, mountains and people. When I saw the shots from Nepal on the TV news, I realized that I photographed something that does not exist anymore. I’m so sorry about that. Photos of monuments in Kathmandu are history now. But Kathmandu is not the only reason to visit Nepal. Mountains and people are still there. Nepal needs tourists now. Tourist are the work for many local people. Come and discover its beauty. You'll come back full of experiences and also you will help to Nepal.

Durbar Square Kathmandu

Kathmandu - Durbar Square before earthquake

Eating Dal Bhat for dinner in Kathmandu

Dal Bhat - Delicious Nepalese food

Annapurna Range panorama from Tilicho base camp, Nepal

Annapurna range from Tilicho Base Camp

Tilicho lake and Tilicho peak, Nepal

Tilicho lake - the lake situated in the highest altitude in the world

Manaslu (8 163 m n. m.)

Manaslu - the eighth highest mountain in the world

Stupa near Nile village

Buddhist stupa in Tsum Valley

Waterfall in Tal - Annapurna trekking Nepal

Wonderful waterfalls in foothills of Himalayas

Children from Mathilo Chipla - Nepal

Meeting local people

This and much more you can see there. Say Namaste to Nepal.

Children saying Namaste

Photo credits: Radim Štrobl.

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June 24, 2015


I feel the exact same way. I was in Nepal two years ago and much of what I photographed is gone. It's so terribly sad and we can only hope for the best for the country.

June 24, 2015


Thank you. Exactly. Also my friends from Nepal wrote to me, that Nepal is ready to welcome tourists after the earthquake.

June 23, 2015


Great images from Nepal. Surely it is still beauty and people are still there to cope with the problems.

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