Spiritual Monkey, Nepal
April 6, 2012 • Photography & Travel
Here’s a photo that I took at the Swayambunath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal in 2010. Part of the temple had loads of monkeys and most of them were playing (according to them studying) with prayer flags. This photo has some adjustments made to it with Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta. This soon to be released trial version of Photoshop has significant changes over the previous version. You can download the trial version at the link above.
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