A woman and her daughter prepare candles for religious purposes.
One of Katmandu's local butchers prepares his products for sale. He told me that he will need to sell all of the meat within the day as it is fresh. If it does not sell he will need to get rid of it as it will go bad.
Local Nepalese children beg whilst looking through a shop window at foreign items that only foreigner can afford.
Hidden temple in one of the back streets of Katmandu.
Things are not what they seem, take away all of that plastic, Leaving things the way they where.
The smell of incense lingers, candles illuminating quietness, soft souls, gentle breeze along.
Pray wheels spin on a daily bases, whistling there prays through the winds.
Durbar square, Kathmandu. Every morning locals come out to pray hoping for change within their prays. For some it's not the case due to hardship of not being accepted, leaving them with no option but to take to the streets in their way of survival.
Woman feeding the birds at Durbar square, Kathmandu.
Flower chains and money and food and drinks are placed on the altar as a sign of respect.
Nepalese people believe in luck, by giving money to help pay for food to animals with genetic defects, Nepalese believe that it will enrich their lives within the way of wealth.
Durbar Square, Katmandu.
7 Men sit and watch the world go by, Durbar Square.
Sellers watch a buyer as a Cow takes what it want for free.
Local barber tends to his customers as it is quite common for Nepalese man to pride themselves on their presentation by the way they look.
More and more it is becoming a problem in Nepal's society to sustain a balanced lifestyle, with only tourism as one of the main incomes for Nepal. Farmers are now coming to Katmandu in search of a better life which sometimes results in them coming homeless.
Starving to death in front of the American Embassy in Katmandu.
Her last good byes to her father as she lays him to rest by using fire at one of Nepal's holiest places Pashupatinath.