rediscovered these images from bhaktapur which i forgot to share. thanks to liyana for the reminder!
did a self-portrait yesterday and being the good friend that yusuf is, he has suggested the picture below as the inspiration, or retrospection.
speaking of inspiration, i bought a collection of really great ad photography from basheer bookstore at bras basah. i highly recommend the shop for its selection and friendly service. new things are nice to photograph.
had wanted to shoot my new camera when i unboxed it, and finally gotten down to it. definitely not groundbreaking stuff but more a study of light for me.
i think i have to start shooting stuff as they come out of the box. build a portfolio. let me know if you have any new toys you want photographed.
i can claim lethargy and POISD (post overseas internship stress disorder)* but the truth is i just don’t really feel like writing. i hope you enjoy the images though.
from my trek in langtang —
from my shoot with scott mason, founder of parahawking —
from the streets —
*not medically documented.
see more of my photography while in nepal here.
this series was made a while back in february, and i am at liberty to only share it now because it just got published.
MECHANICAL GRAVEYARD: Trolley buses lie in a decrepit state of disrepair at their depot in Min Bhawan. The trolley bus system, when started in 1975, was touted as a key component of public transportation in Kathmandu. They were taken offline in 2001. A peek into its past and present:
SELF-ANNULLING PROPHECY: A bold claim plastered to the side of a trolley bus.
OLD SCHOOL, NEW SCHOOL: The bus park has been transformed into a terminal where electric tempos are charged and serviced after work.
look here for more posts direct from nepal.