For 22 years I’ve been looking for something in Nepal. First as a hiker, then as a wanderer, amazed by what I saw, then as a mere human being concerned with the fragility of the lives here. For a while I thought of myself as a photojournalist. I worked for NGOs on subjects like famine in the western part of the country, the postwar reconstruction, the rehabilitation of Maoist fighters.
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