Not every photo is meant to go into a frame and be hung on the wall. After all photography is just another way to share an experience.
I went to Nepal with the main idea to photograph the landscapes as I usually do, but, honestly, the people were so captivating that I couldn't resist. It's not their looks that captivated me, it's their spirit and way of life. That's why these photos here have a more documental rather then an anrtistic value - the artists are the subjects. I'm rarely inspired to photograph people and I was so happy that theese meetings influenced me so much.
With the recent events that took place in Nepal I feel sharing these photos is the least I could do. I know that the people there are one of the most prepared for such cataclysms not because they are financially stable but because they are spiritually strong - and this is much more important for coping with events of such caliber. That's why I know that they will manage to rebuild everything that was taken away from them.