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Nepal Rings in the Year 2068

“I like wandering alone – my own time to discover and shoot pictures.” ~ Cherel Ito Photographer and filmmaker, Cherel Ito, captured this image through the lens of her camera as she traveled through Nepal. According to the Gregorian calendar, … Continue reading

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