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Love Sent From Nepal

Hey everyone!

So right now we are in Kathmandu, and it is our last day in Nepal. In a few hours we are getting on a bus headed for Darjeeling, and then from there we are heading to Calcutta. For the past fourteen days, we have been able to see probably the most beautiful country in the world. We were able to go sightseeing, stay and eat at a great hotel that provided everyday for us, and best of all, spend time with the church. We spent four days in Kathmandu, then moved on to Pokhara, which is about 200km Northwest of Kathmandu. If you check out the photos, you’ll see Pokhara is non-stop mountains and beautiful all day long everyday. We explored, ate, and spent time with our brothers and sisters. After that we headed to a hill city called Nagarkot, which is about 2 hours Northeast of Kathmandu. We were told you could see Everest from afar early in the morning, so we got up at 5am and watched the sunrise over what we thought was Everest. :]

Please take time to check out the fifty or so new photos that I am posting as I write. Many of them were very difficult to take and edit because of the pure rawness of the content. The “Corruption” photos show many of the stories of poor Nepali children, and the photo, “A Lost Childhood,” depicts how many boys in Nepal are raised and how they live their lives. Check out those photos here. My prayer is that through my photography, peolple can experience the rawness and the realness that James and I talk about in our new video Three Virtues. A new video is also posted under the Videos tab of James doing something crazy (again). You can view that video here.

Thank you all who follow us and really want to get connected. Please tell people about our cause and our mission. We love to hear from you and we desire to feel the connection of the 1st world and the 3rd world.

Thanks again,
Caleb

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One response

  1. It was an unforgettable time with both of you in Nepal, I really appreciate your zeal and heart the way you prepared to come and experience how the people are living in this Nation.You guys tried to put your legs to others’ shoes. May God bless your future plans. keep in touch…love

    October 27, 2011 at 5:24 pm

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