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Arguably, Nepal is one of the most photogenic of countries. Show your best images taken in Nepal. Nature, Culture, People, architecture are all OK but no macro or close-up shots that does not explicitly show that the image was taken in Nepal. For example, a close-up shot of a distinct architecture of Nepalese window is OK but a close-up of a rose is not.
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Sunday, 15th August, 2010 (GMT)
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