Everyone from small children to elderly women and men greet strangers with a friendly hello followed by putting their hands together in a prayer while nodding
Sadhus are holy men who have left behind all material attachments and live in caves, forests and temples all over India and Nepal.
My hotel room goes black as the loud rumbling from a backup generator outside my window suddenly stops. Still not acquainted with my new room as of one hour ago, I stumble around looking for my laptop, my only source of light besides the unlit candle in the bathroom on the other side of the room.
One of the best things about traveling to Nepal for a photographer is that the locals, especially the children, love to be photographed.
Scott and I are big on taking advantage of long layovers at places we have never visited before, and Japan was no exception.
One of my favorite things to do in photography is to create feathered water. I’ve always wanted to create a fog affect under a pier, so a couple weeks ago I headed to the Oceanside pier to take some long exposure photos.