The Langtang Memory Project is a repository of Langtang history. Working with the Langtangpa community displaced after the April 25th 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the project is an effort to crowdsource photos and information from the past to provide a point of reference in the present.
After returning back from Kyanjin Gumba, we find two ways back to Langtang. The board was falling down due to some wind, so I keep it here to show…
Portraits of the earthquake survivors photographed at the Yellow Gompa, the internally displaced camp for Langtang residents in Kathmandu.
This exhibit explore the experience of the earthquake through photographs, video, and oral testimony.
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The hives of wild himalayan bees form a necklace on the surface of the rock. Their honey tastes excellent, they say, but difficult to get.
While Nepali goverment apparently grounded the commercial air fleet, this pilot quit his job to be able to resque people from the disaster area.