a wide angle view of the largest stupa in Nepal, Boudhanath. The top portion of the stupa was badly damaged in the earthquake of April 2015.
7000 Meter peaks gather the first rays of sunlight above the Ponker Valley.
One of the many temple complexes in Kathmandu's Durbar Square is shored up by large beams. Many of the famous buildings in Durbar Square were damaged or collapsed during the 2015 earthquake.
A farmer in the Nubri Valley tends to their crops below cloud-sheathed peaks.
One of dozens of large peaks surrounding the Ponker Valley below 8000 meter Mt. Manaslu.
Two shopkeepers sit hidden amongst their innumerable wares in a Kathmandu shop.
Reconstruction supplies being delivered to the large temple complex of Hanuman Dokha. The temple has been closed to the public since the earthquake.
A monk at Boudhanath Stupa calmly requests alms amid a flock of flying pigeons.
A large scaffold surrounds Boudhanath Stupa, which was damaged in the violent 2015 earthquake.
Devotees walk and prostrate around the base of Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu on the Buddhist holy day of Saga Dawa.
A row of ceremonial bells sit under streetlights in Durbar Square, Kathmandu.
A Sadhu (Hindu holy man) relaxes in a doorway of Pashupati Temple in Kathmandu. The temple is one of the holiest sites in Hinduism, and the center of the Hindu faith in Nepal.
A Rhesus Monkey is caught in profile at Pashupati temple in Kathmandu.
A monk listens to the chanting of Bhutanese nuns on the holy day of Saga Dawa in Kathmandu.
A large prayer wheel is spun by a small child at Sakya Tharig Monastery in Kathmandu.
2 Days walk outside of Dharapani, the Dudh Kola Valley is the doorway to the Manaslu Conservation Area.
The 17,103 ft Larkye-La Pass is a foreboding climb, and marks the entrance to the Nubri Valley.
A peak near Cheo Himal avails itself from behind the everpresent clouds of monsoon season
A rice farm during monsoon season in the Dukh Kola Valley, Northern Nepal.
Two children smile for the camera at a school in Shyala, Nubri Valley. The school was one of the main focuses of a charity effort organised by the photographer.
The headmaster of the school in Shyala, which was a focus of a charity effort organized by the photographer.
A Tibetan Buddhist practitioner in Samdo, Nubri Valley lights an oil fire with a large ladle of water. The flames rose very high, and nearly burned the photographer.
Hidden in a rarely visited pocket of the Himalaya, Serang Monastery sits on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Surrounded by jagged peaks, the monastery still experiences daily life much unchanged from centuries past.
A young Bhutanese monk of Serang Monastery. The monk ran away from home in Bhutan to practice Buddhism in solitude at the remote monastery. He dreams to one day bring the teachings of peace he studies to a world audience.