2013 *365 photographs *climb *read *medicine
I’m supposedly taking a photograph a day, but I quickly realised I’ve always taken more than one photograph a day anyway, so now I’m trying to take a good photograph a day. I’ll put some of them on here.
This afternoon: homemade burgers and sweet potato wedges // bread pudding // knitting socks // making thank you cards // green tea //comfy Nepali trousers
France on Friday.
I got all my 35mm photographs back yesterday. It was the most exciting thing ever.
Today: work and study.
Here are some of my favourite snapshots of the children at Annapurna Home.
Friday 24 August
We spent yesterday searching Mahendrapul for a camera for Jos, since I seem to have inspired her to enter the realm of 35mm photography. We finally bought her a rather dashing Vivitar with a 50mm lens, after a very keen shopkeeper ended up riding his bike round most of Pokhara trying to find one for us…
[Nikon FM2, being expertly used by Srishti, aged 5.]
A prized possession, this is. Well, it’s actually on ‘long loan’ from my Dad, who bought it when he lived in Saudi Arabia, I think.
I’m lucky to still have it, to be honest, since a few years ago we were burgled and everything got stolen, including the rest of my dad’s camera stuff, but luckily I kept this guy safe in a woolly hat, so he was unintentionally camouflaged from Mr Burglar.
Anyway, this camera is doing me proud, and I’ll soon be posting some photos from it… Once I have a job and can afford the cost of processing.
We visited the orphan home today. It was wonderful to see the kids and the house mothers again. It is such a positive and inspiring place, and going back there put a big smile on my face.