Date: Fall 2012
I was walking through the forest of the Himalayas and the plots of family farms on my way back from the Namo Buddah Monastery. The longest spaces of silence would be broken by the sudden arrival of existence. In the middle of nowhere sat a building, a shed for a once lively farming community. It was the lock on the door that caught my eye – uncharacteristically beautiful for its purpose, the distinct markings on the lock glowed like a key to the past set against the wear of the door and the peeling paint. I felt as though I could have stepped into Narnia by opening the door.
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Stories: The images were taken while I was on a 18-month sabbatical around the world. To read of my experiences in Nepal, visit 30 Days of Adventure.