1. day one of my trip.
    see the blog @ colinepal.tumblr.com

    or watch day two @

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  2. Just in a little time off while on my trip in Nepal, I managed to whip out my Go Pro camera and my slackline.

    I strung it up between two trees at the British club here in Kathmandu, Nepal, and this is my attempt to be a world-class professional slackliner.

    [day four of my trip to nepal]

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  3. this is a place you don't see every day.
    things that you don't see ever day.
    maybe it will help you to see life a little different.

    read the blog @ tumblr.com/xiy19oetd9

    [day six of my trip to nepal]

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  4. This is a teaser trailer for the upcoming 2013 Fall release of Colin Cabalka Productions' Feature Length Documentary titled: "The People of Nepal"

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  5. Just west of Kathmandu city, on a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, there is a place called the Swayambhunath.

    This place is ancient, around 2500 years old.
    It is one of the most sacred Buddhist pilgrimage sites.
    The monkeys living in the temple there are considered holy.

    This place is also a place of darkness.
    Walking around, it's very easy to see the emptiness that these people have in their hearts.

    It is truly hard to capture a place this beautiful yet show the emptiness of their worship. The flags, the prayer wheels, the candles & incenses, everything - it's all for nothing. In America we worship nice cars, high-paying jobs, 401k plans, relationships, houses, etc. It's all the same when it comes down to it. Worship is a lifestyle whether you worship idols or your worship God. We demonstrate our worship by the things we care about most, the things we place our trust in.

    It comes down to faith, and faith in something empty and meaningless will lead to a life of emptiness. However, faith in a God who loves us despite our actions, and accepts us not based on our own merit but on the merit of His son who died for us - that is something worthwhile.

    [day four of my trip to nepal]

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The Nepal Project

Colin Cabalka

my journey to nepal in visual form.
checkout the blog @ colinepal.tumblr.com

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