The late afternoon sun casts long shadows as people walk home in the rural Kathmandu Valley of Nepal.
Sometimes they meet friends along the way and stop to socialize and to rest after a long day of labor.
Eventually, they must pick up their loads again and continue home in the lengthening shadows before darkness descends on the valley.
This post is a response to the Weekly Photo Challenge Shadowed.
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This is a very interesting story you have woven with photos. Nepal is so close to my home in the state of Bihar in India. I can completely understand the story you have drawn here. 🙂
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Hi Suyash! Yes, it is a familiar scene along rural roads in many parts of the world. I look forward to checking out your blogs. Keep up the good work in India!
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Thanks a lot for your encouraging words. And do check the blogs when its convenient to you. Thanks in advance 🙂
Lovely serene capture.