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Streets Full of Life. A Photowalk!

A wanderer always finds stories about whether it is deep inside nature or in the city chaos. This story is also one such moment captured by the wanderer @two_megapixel. His Instagram handle is two megapixels because he actually captures all photographs from his Nokia Phone whose camera resolution is 2MP. But more than the quality of a camera, all it matters is what is captured.

And these are the words shared by @two_megapixel :
स्कुल मा धेरै विद्यार्थी आइरहेका थिये ।त्यसै बिच एउटा साईकल आउछ । मिहिनति हात ले चलौदै एक्जना बाबू आफ्नो छोरि र छोरा लाई ल्याउछन । बाबु को मन कमालो हुन्छ तर देखाउनु हुन्न। अलि कडा स्वोर मा राम्रो सङ पढ्नु भन्नेबित्तिकै हिड्नु भयो। अन्नि दिदि चही ले भाइ लाई समातेर लागि। आय स्रोत कम भएर के भो शिक्षा ले भबिस्य उज्वल बनाउने छ ।

If you go through his page than all you can see is life. His wall is full of life, a life of different people in different stages. Such is this picture which speaks of the story of common Nepali working citizen. We can find families who are taking care of their children in any possible way they can. Even though there is a lack of responsibilities in their shoulders they manage time to take their children to schools, manage to take them to parks and manage to take them for lunch. Such are the stories one finds in a bustling city.

This post today has less to read but more to see because the stories are hidden in the pictures captured. Even though every picture has their individual stories, I thought it would be a good thing to include all of the stories from streets in this single post.

Photos captured by two megapixel and @travelingnepal via mobile phones

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