“Apart from Photography aspect, Nathan Horton Photography Tour has many wonderful facets, which makes this tour more fascinating, meaningful and fun-filled. At times the tour evokes the softest side of travelers heart and at others it bursts out into huge laughter. Totally an interactive photography tour led by professional photographer Nathan Horton makes travelers/photographers understand and live Nepalese lifestyle, their welcoming hospitality, the tolerance within them despite of their hardships and most importantly the unity within them despite extreme diversity.”
Today’s post is an interesting photo essay describing these special moments of Nathan Horton Photography Tour.
Discovered abandoned at 8 inside Pashupatinath Premises, this granny who is now 82 refused to take money offered after being photographed – Life reflected beautiful and content with simplicity
Dr. Didima, offered her professional skills to know the illness of Lal Baba at Pashupatinath
Julie, amazed to see the Holi celebration at Patan Durbar Square and unable to stop herself she joins the celebration – In fact the whole group played Holi enthusiastically
Money!!! Money Baba insists everyone to put Tika after being photographed- Mark gets into the frame
After getting American Degree, Bashudev from Nuwakot decides to pursue spirituality and becomes the disciple of Aghori Tantra – Group interested in him, but Mark kind of freaked out!!!
Group in rush captures the shot of young Tharu lady and her kid in Madi, Chitwan
Nathan’s specialty, he shows the photo captured to his character, Kind of makes them happy but here little kid has some other interest
Julie joins the farmers for rice plantation, quite and interesting activity on the way to Pokhara – It was our luck and farmer’s hospitality to allow us photograph
Hailstorms welcomed us as we entered Pokhara – Mountains were lost somewhere but luck favored us once again right on time and the sky opened up. Hence the group drove up to Peace Pagoda – Excited in capturing Himalayan panorama blended with lake and lush vegetation
Nathan in Dhampus, shows his photography to local kids and they are loving it. Why won’t they? After all in Nathan photos their village and their acquaintances look more amazing!!!
Nathan’s favorite granny, Lundri Budi. She was this time taken very well care of. She wouldnt have to cook anymore as Nathan arranged someone else to cook for her. In the photo Didi holds her into her arms
Walk to Australian Camp was long enough but the reward was awesome, Didima enjoys it and captures the deep valley down
Julie joins the dance with Magar women- on the way back to Pokhara from Dhampus
At the same event Mark tries to play the traditional musical instrument Narasimha and he does it