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Breathtaking Peaks of Nepal

Photo taken by Thirdeyemom, a survivor of severe postpartum depression. She used travel, writing, and photography, in addition to professional help, to fight her way out of the darkness. See more of her inspiring story here.

About this photo: Last November, my dad and I celebrated our milestone birthdays by hiking the Annapurna Trek in Nepal. We hiked 100 miles through some of the most sensational scenery I’ve ever experienced. The Buddhist culture highly influences this area of the world and you could feel their magical presence wherever you went. This photo was taken in Manang, one of the most beautiful towns along the Annapurna Trek in the Himalayas. I adore how the colorful prayer flags whirl in the wind and light. It had recently snowed and was so insanely beautiful that my heart was on fire.

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4 comments on “Breathtaking Peaks of Nepal

  1. laz
    March 29, 2012

    Beautiful!!!!

    Like

  2. thirdeyemom
    March 29, 2012

    Reblogged this on thirdeyemom and commented:
    Another one of my photos has been posted on Broken Light Photography! His one is an oldie but goodie and actually the one I used for my blogs header image!

    Like

  3. loca4motion
    March 29, 2012

    I LOVE this photo!!!

    Like

  4. Madhu
    March 31, 2012

    What a stunning image!

    Like

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