So much colour and life in the people of Nepal. Most of these are from around the Kathmandu Valley and the city of Bhaktapur in particular. C&C welcome.
This young girl was selling flower strings in Kathmandu's Durbar Square. I normally let the hawkers wash over me, but this child radiated such quiet confidence as she nursed here baby brother that she broke through my normal reserve.
Even from within the crowds of Durbar square this flirtation between a young policeman and a young woman caught my eye.
These woman drying their washing in a Bhaktapur square made a colour ful set. I wonder what they're talking about...
I'm always drawn to the elders on any community. the wisdom and experience of their years etched on their faces.
And the simple joys of family life continue wherever one might be
A traditional potter hard at work - he must have created a hundred such vessels everyday given the speed he threw this up.
The many outdoor pavilions that dot the squares serve for everything from prayer to relaxation to a quick shave on the way to work.
And I think this one is my favourite. I reckon any married man could see themselves in this photo...my advice to him would be "stop digging... you know you can't win!"