Namche Bazaar, Nepal by Laura Schoenbauer

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In 2000, my Mother and I traveled to Nepal to experience a new culture and do some trekking. Once we landed in Katmandu, we decided we wanted to take the Everest trek and went in search of a guide. We found a knowledgable, kind and strong young guide. To this day, I feel guilty about all of our bags (including my camera, lenses and tripod) that he carried through the Himalaya Mountains. We flew with our guide from Katmandu to the town of Lukla and began our trek. This photo was taken on our second day of trekking outside of the town of Namche Bazaar. I found the farm fields to be so beautiful and so well maintained especially considering that any transport of supplies to or from the farms had to be by yak.

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