Earthquake in Nepal: Before and After

I am personally heartbroken by what has happened in Nepal. Anyone who’s followed my photography for a while knows I’ve traveled there a few times, and have fallen in love with the country and people of Nepal.

I’ve been going through my photos, remembering the people I’ve met and the places I’ve seen in the Kathmandu Valley. Fortunately, I’ve heard from my friends in country, and they are all okay. Unfortunately, the disaster is widespread, with many lives lost and people injured.

Here is a photo of Kathmandu Durbar Square, created on my second trip in March, 2013:

Kathmandu Durbar Square, March 2013
Kathmandu Durbar Square, March 2013

***To see the same scene after the April 25, 2015 earthquake in Nepal, click to see this post on the Vos Iz Neias website: Nepal – Devastating Earthquake Kills 1,800, Toll Expected To Rise, Triggers Deadly Everest Avalanch***

The loss of lives and destruction of the Nepali infrastructure is absolutely astounding. Please consider helping support the people of Nepal by contributing funds to organizations which are providing resources such as water, food, shelter, medical care and other supplies to the Nepalis. Here are a few links with more information on how you can help:

Please keep the people in Nepal in your thoughts and prayers as they struggle to recover from this horrific earthquake.

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6 Replies to “Earthquake in Nepal: Before and After”

    1. Prajwal, your country and people will be kept in our thoughts and prayers. I’ve visited Nepal three times, and find that Nepali people are some of the kindest people I’ve ever met. I hope your town, family and friends there are okay, and that they may find the support they need, too.

      1. We have not forgotten you. We are lifting you up in prayers, and sending whatever we can. Please don’t feel alone. We are reaching out.

  1. The people of Nepal remain in our thoughts and prayers every day. Please know that you are not alone. May the angels of our Lord minister to you in this hour. And may the angels who are walking around on earth – your fellow human beings – continue to bring assistance to you all, as well. Peace and prayers. L&S MacF

  2. This actually brought tears to my eyes.Such a beautiful country now has turned into rubbles. I only hope that we can bounce back.it just feels like a bad dream.I hope the love and support for Nepal keeps coming from your side so that we are motivated to build Nepal again.

  3. tracey · Hi Kiersty – The footage of the flooding has been incredible and horrifying … I can’t quite believe the speed and ferocity of it all.Thank you for your kind thoughts and for sending so many hugs my way – they are much apeepciatrd.

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