336. History lies here
Photo By: Prerana Marasini
Posted Date: 2nd March
The Narayanhiti Palace Museum is now open to public from February 27, 2009. This is the same palace where the then king Birendra lived for 28 years until he was killed, along with all of his family members in June 2001. On the inauguration day of the Museum, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the case
would be reinvestigated and the mystery behind the masaccre would be exposed.
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Good choice of going low perspective and keep the gun barrel in foreground. Well composed, I must say.
Keep thriving and always think first as a journalist, second as a photographer because it’s job we do.. seeing ‘stories of life’ that other don’t see generally. Bringing a slice of life what we see to the viewers or readers always makes our job special and challenging.
Prerana! Welcome to EU community. Good to have your first post here in LIN. I know you can shoot both pictures and words. For now let us enjoy your pictures. Keep posting and keep shooting .
Nice shot…. Hope to get more shots from you again and again. 🙂
Nice Perspective!! A Shot with a Blast!!
best photography. ShutterBug Please comment. lets pray the Killer is found out from the premises which have been torn down and no Symptom is left. We need Witness for that.
Nice pic, hope the killer will be found out!