Lindsay Taryn Photography

Travel Photography | Nepal: Everest Base Camp & Beyond!

In case you were wondering why there have been crickets on this website for the better part of 2013, it’s because I’ve been traveling for half of the year! In early February, I took off for 5 months of backpacking around Asia on my own :)

Month 1 found me in Nepal, where I wasted no time in doing the thing that sparked this whole trip: the Everest Base Camp trek. These were 3 of the most beautiful and exhausting weeks of my life. The route was, for the most part, not too physically challenging – but you do need to have endurance to keep up for 2-3 weeks. Aside from the glorious alpine scenery, my favorite part of the trek was getting to pass through so many villages along the way. I encountered so many adorable children and got to observe people going about their daily work. Everything just happens right in front of you, out in the open, in third world nations – there isn’t that distance and privacy that separates you from everyone else in the western world.

Afterwards, I had a few days to recover in Kathmandu and spent some time exploring this city as well as Bhaktapur. To sum them up: temples and monkeys!

Nepal is a beautiful country, especially ideal for anyone who’s into hiking. I’d love to go back someday to take on the Annapurna trek!

 
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For more details and photos from my 2013 Asia trip, check out my travel blog! Here is a selection of 20 of my favorite photos from Nepal:

Everest Base Camp Trek

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Kathmandu

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Bhaktapur

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One comment

  1. October 2, 2013 at 6:28 am

    Gosh, we’ve always wanted to go travelling and shoot amazing frames like these. Your work is incredibly beautiful, very jealous at how good your travel photographs are. x

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