Monthly Archives: May 2014

“Kids, Kids, Kids…”

Kids play…that’s what they do.

In every city, in every country, on every continent of the world…if there are kids, they’ll play.


(photo: Fidel Amos)

With toys, with sticks, with pets, with empty bottles, with themselves in their own imagination…they’ll play.

Why did we become adults again…..?!

– F

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“The Woman At Swayanabath…”

There is an area at the top of a hill in Kathmandu, Nepal called Swayanabath. It goes by a second name, Monkey Temple…aptly named, as there are monkeys roaming around freely amongst the locals and tourists. While on assignment there I met a woman.

She just stared and stared and stared at me and my Canon, watching me shoot.


(photo: Fidel Amos)

After I while she began chatting in her tongue, so I listened.

She then pointed at the area around her; temples, shrines, souvenirs, the people, the monkeys. I looked as she pointed, not understanding her words but getting a visual grip on what it was she was showing me.

She giggled, I smiled.

She became quiet…I took a picture.

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