Diaries of Nepal 06 // Finding Korea

It’s been over a month since I’ve had a taste of non-Nepali Asian food. While I’ve rarely cried at a meal, I did at this one because it was the best korean barbeque I’ve ever had, (non-beef, that is since beef is illegal to eat in this country) and because it richly reminded me so much of home, back in Los Angeles. Knit into the fabric of Nachu lies this Korean gem called On the Grill, introduced to us by our dear friend Ruth when Robbie’s boil was healing up. Korean by birth, Nepali by marriage…she knows what’s up.

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Diaries of Nepal 05 // Kokani, Nepal

A few weekends ago we had the chance of hanging out with these cool cats as we enjoyed a glimpse of the natural aspects of Nepal, away from the hubbub of city life. Into a microbus we went with two chickens, 21 people packed to the brim, and tons of laughter as we headed out on a rainy day for Kokani, home of Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, situated above the clouds and smog of Kathmandu.

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Cat + Jon // Brookside Equestrian Wedding in Orange County, CA

I couldn’t help but share a few captures from Cat and Jon’s rustic equestrian wedding from back in May. Possibly one of my favorite venues to date, the day was full of so many perfect rustic details, feminine florals, DIY love and a stunning backdrop of whitewashed stables. 2nd shooting this equestrian rustic wedding with the amazing Crystal of Crystal Jean Photography was second to none. Thank you so much Crystal for having me along. Be sure to check out her beautiful work!

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Diaries of Nepal 04 // Bhaktapur

Visiting Bhaktapur, home of the Newari people and the best yogurt of this land.

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Diaries of Nepal 03 // Saligram’s Village

4.5 years ago my husband made a costly yet true promise to a friend in Nahkudhul Village to one day return to Nepal. Well, he delivered that promise last month along with me and my 50mm strapped to me. A camera is a rare thing in Nepal…so Saligram did what any resourceful Nepali would do. He took me from house to house to take portraits of all his family and friends. A thoughtful favor if you ask me.

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