If you’ve been to Nepal, you probably have seen animals roaming around freely. It’s not usual to find goats, chickens, and the occasional monkey occupying the most awkward spots of a temple or a stupa and claim sacred offerings as their own. How and why this goat got onto this candle post, I have no idea. June, 2014 If you’ve been to Nepal, you probably have seen animals roaming around freely. It’s not usual to find goats, chickens, and the occasional monkey occupying the most awkward spots of a temple or a stupa and claim sacred offerings as their own. How and why this goat got onto this candle post, I have no idea. June, 2014

If you’ve been to Nepal, you probably have seen animals roaming around freely. It’s not usual to find goats, chickens, and the occasional monkey occupying the most awkward spots of a temple or a stupa and claim sacred offerings as their own. How and why this goat got onto this candle post, I have no idea. June, 2014

Bhaktapur, Nepal. June, 2014

When it rains, it pours. Bhaktapur, Nepal. June, 2014

Bhaktapur, Nepal. June, 2014

Bhaktapur, Nepal. June, 2014

The public buses are often crowded. Sweaty and crowded. On the way to Bhaktapur, Nepal, via public transpiration. June, 2014

On the way to Bhaktapur, by bus, via the ever so dusty Ring Road. Nepal, June 2014 

An early morning Nepali Wedding, everyone was donned in colourful clothing. Ekantakuna, Lalitpur, Nepal. May 2014

Neighbourhood boy and elder.  Ekantakuna, Lalitpur. Where I called home for the last 2 months

Coming from rain city, Vancouver, I never understood why people in this part of the world love their rain so much. Now I do, it jut makes everything that much better. After a rain storm at Ekantakuna, Lalitpur, Nepal, where the Tibetan refugee camp once stood. My new ‘hood for the next 2 months. May 2, 2014  ©Daisy Yang

Mud Bay, photos made last month just when Spring is about to start to test my old Hasselblad that just got back from servicing. Old Hassy never fails to impress. Mud Bay, Surrey and Delta BC, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang Mud Bay, photos made last month just when Spring is about to start to test my old Hasselblad that just got back from servicing. Old Hassy never fails to impress. Mud Bay, Surrey and Delta BC, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang Mud Bay, photos made last month just when Spring is about to start to test my old Hasselblad that just got back from servicing. Old Hassy never fails to impress. Mud Bay, Surrey and Delta BC, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang Mud Bay, photos made last month just when Spring is about to start to test my old Hasselblad that just got back from servicing. Old Hassy never fails to impress. Mud Bay, Surrey and Delta BC, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang Mud Bay, photos made last month just when Spring is about to start to test my old Hasselblad that just got back from servicing. Old Hassy never fails to impress. Mud Bay, Surrey and Delta BC, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang

Mud Bay, photos made last month just when Spring is about to start to test my old Hasselblad that just got back from servicing. Old Hassy never fails to impress. Mud Bay, Surrey and Delta BC, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang

Finn Slough, Richmond, Canada. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang

A group of early Finnish emigrants settled near the mouth of the Fraser River back in the early 1900s, where it is now known as Finn Slough. They sustained themselves with salmon fishing and farming. The small area remains largely unchanged for about 100 years, however, only 3 families with Finnish heritage remain. Finn Slough, Richmond, BC, Canda. March, 2014 ©Daisy Yang

Alfredo Perez is a Vietnam vet., ex-con, Buddhist, martial artist, Cuban American homeless man and a very very dear friend of mine who taught me so much about life in the summer of 2012. I’m forever grateful. From part of my project: Soul Salvager while attending the NYU human rights and photography program. NYC, 2012 ©Daisy Yang Alfredo Perez is a Vietnam vet., ex-con, Buddhist, martial artist, Cuban American homeless man and a very very dear friend of mine who taught me so much about life in the summer of 2012. I’m forever grateful. From part of my project: Soul Salvager while attending the NYU human rights and photography program. NYC, 2012 ©Daisy Yang Alfredo Perez is a Vietnam vet., ex-con, Buddhist, martial artist, Cuban American homeless man and a very very dear friend of mine who taught me so much about life in the summer of 2012. I’m forever grateful. From part of my project: Soul Salvager while attending the NYU human rights and photography program. NYC, 2012 ©Daisy Yang Alfredo Perez is a Vietnam vet., ex-con, Buddhist, martial artist, Cuban American homeless man and a very very dear friend of mine who taught me so much about life in the summer of 2012. I’m forever grateful. From part of my project: Soul Salvager while attending the NYU human rights and photography program. NYC, 2012 ©Daisy Yang

Alfredo Perez is a Vietnam vet., ex-con, Buddhist, martial artist, Cuban American homeless man and a very very dear friend of mine who taught me so much about life in the summer of 2012. I’m forever grateful. From part of my project: Soul Salvager while attending the NYU human rights and photography program. NYC, 2012 ©Daisy Yang

Found this little guy and the little dude behind him in the archive today. From all the way back on Remembrance Day in Nov. 2012. ©Daisy Yang