Series of Sadhu Images
April 25, 2012 • Photography & Travel
It’s quite often that I come across blogs where bloggers have the great idea of doing a series of photos or recipes or something but don’t end up completing the series because it simply is a lot of work. And it just doesn’t look good when you have 4 out of a 10 part series only.
Well, there are two ways to resolve this issue. One is use your willpower and just commit to the process and fulfill what you set out to do. The other option is create all the blog posts the day you start the series and then schedule them to automatically publish themselves in sequence on the set day.
That said, here is Day 6 of our 14 day series of images of sadhus. 8 more days to go. And no, these posts have not been scheduled in advance. This images was taken at the Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu, Nepal just before our spiritual adventure there in 2010.
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