I took these pictures with my Kodak DC120 digital camera, storing them to a 48 MByte Sandisk Compact Flash card (which I just about filled up!). They were originally 1280x960 24-bit color images stored using the camera's 'best' quality compressed mode. I batch-converted them to 640x480 (quality level 75) and 80x60 thumbnail (quality level 50) JPEGs using Cerius Software's ThumbsPlus, which directly reads the camera's KDC format without need of a Twain driver. Aside from reducing image size, rotating the image in some cases and converting to JPEG format, I made no other exposure, color balance, sharpness, cropping or other edits.
Click on a thumbnail below for a larger, higher-quality version of the JPEG. Within a category, I've arranged the images in chronological order (from upper left to lower right). If you have any questions about where I took a specific picture or about trekking in Nepal in general, email me!
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This page was created on December 8, 1998. It was last updated on August 10, 2009.
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