Signboard Studio Art in Pokhara
Pokhara Danger Dogs!

Why I love Nepal -- Mustang!

Mustang in the off-season is simply wonderful.

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While some feel the mountains are obscured by the clouds, I just enjoy the clouds!

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This is the windy village of Keg Beni.   It is always a pleasure to see it again.  The Annapurna Circuit in the off season is lovely.

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This year has been a good one for animal husbandry in Keg Beni.   This young cow greeted us at the Safe Water Drinking stand.


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These curious goats were at about 4200 meters (a 1500 meter or 4500 foot climb) for us.   The goats were better at it than we were.  

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This was our reward for that hike -- a magnificent view of upper Mustang.  

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Niligiri as seen from Keg Beni.   Now this was worth waiting for.

Now I am off to pick up some Danger Dogs.   Be sure to tune in tomorrow to see the works of Shree, Jit and Santosh.

There is still time to commission a portrait of your pet.   Each submision will get a choice of 3 portraits by 3 different struggling signboard artists.   The signboards are approximately one square foot, synthetic enamel on metal, and can be hung indoors or out.   You get a choice of 3 portraits, 3 people get work and museum shops and art galleries get folk art from Nepal.

A quick letter to me at ampage1@gmail.com will answer all questions.   Satisfaction is guaranteed as I take no money up front, and all artists are paid fair trade wages whether you choose their piece or not.

NepalDog.com.

These portraits make the perfect gift.   More tommorow.

 

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Jay Parkhe

Thank you for sharing wonderful picture.s

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Krystina Price

Hi Michelle!

Your site looks so good. Keep up the good work! I can see you are enjoying your time in Napal, but miss seeing your face back home. Looking forward to lunch at my place when you return. When will that be?

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