Kathmandu moments

old and new

I’ve always admired the way that my dear friend and fellow photographer Ben Chernivsky sometimes works his portraiture into diptychs or triptychs. The synergistic effect of multiple images showing consecutive or related moments can create a sense of mood and context hard to achieve in a single shot. I thought I’d try something similar with some of my environmental shots of Kathmandu from the past week. So this post is a little different. There is no narrative to accompany these pictures in particular, just this little meta-narrative about their formatting. This is a Chernivsky-esque portrait of Kathmandu, as best as I can capture it: the place, the people; its moods, its movement; and its light.

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A first walk through Kathmandu


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Airports are hollow places