Tibetan refugee in Nepal

The indefatigable Mikel Dunham–writer, photographer, journalist, blogger and adventurer–has passed out digital cameras to Tibetan refugees living in Nepal, asking the fledgling photojournalists to record their everyday lives. He hopes to pull together enough photos for a book but until then, posts them on his site. Apparently, writes Dunham, a bit of a competition has sprung up among the refugees so expect more and better to come.

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