Fine Art Giclee
Photographic Prints

From the moment he trips the shutter to the time you receive your new artwork, photographer Alan Plisskin is personally involved printing, packing and shipping your fine art prints. By doing so, he can assure not only faithful reproduction of his work but your satisfaction with your purchase as well.

• Archival Prints
Available in a variety of sizes, prints are created by the giclee method which uses pigmented inks (not chemical dyes) printed on museum-grade archival paper for maximum impact and longevity.
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• Framing
Optional mounting, matting and framing of prints is available. Please contact Alan directly if you'd like his assistance in selecting matte and frame styles that will enchance the print as well as compliment your decor.

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Please contact ASP Images directly to arrange international orders or if you prefer to order offline.

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This intricately adorned Buddha is inside the monestary at Tengboche.
This peak near Namche Bazaar made a very brief appearance before falling behind the clouds.
Lord Buddha watches over the Bodnath complex.
Nepal Fine Art Photography Gallery

Nepal is an awe-inspiring country. Kathmandu, its capitol, is a bustling city whose history goes back thousands of years. Located on ancient Asian trade routes, the influence of multiple cultures over the millennia is evident everywhere.

Kathmandu also serves as the gateway to the Himalayan Mountains and Mount Everest. A trek to see Mt. Everest is an experience that shouldnít be missed by any hiking or backpacking enthusiast. Itís quite a hike through the mountains, but with sherpas carrying most of load, itís not particularly arduous. Seeing Mt. Everest in person is incomparably awe-inspiring and worth every step.

The Nepalese people are friendly and sincere. Along our route in the villages of Namche Bazaar, Kumjung and Thyangboche (Tengboche) they went out of their way to accommodate our every need.

Unfortunately, due to time constraints, I was limited to how far I could travel into the Himalayans. But I intend to return to Nepal with the goal of visiting Everest Base Camp and seeing the view of Mt. Everest from Kala Pathar, a nearby 18,000 foot peak.

Mount Everest is peeking out just left of center.
One of the locals decided to help me spin the prayer wheel.
Shortly after leaving the town of Lukla you walk through this valley on the way to Mount Everest.
The summit of Everest shows through the breaking clouds.
One to the local porters carries a load along the Everest trail.
Three Hindu Sadhus are having a serious discussion at a Kathmandu monument.
Colorfully decorated, I was able to photograph this monastery between prayer services.
A distant mountain breaks through the clouds as this hiker reaches a crest in the trail.
Perched at 10,000 feet, Namche Bazaar is an important center for local trade and for hikers to start acclimatizing for their climb towards Everest.
While waiting for the clouds to break near Everest, I turned around to see this mountain range lit up in the morning light.
Two monks were blowing conch shells as a call to worship at the monastery.
This sprawling complex was one of the largest structures north of Lukla along the Everest trail.
Outside of Namche Bazaar, this kitchen is set up in the local museum.
Prayer flags line the hills around Tengboche with beautiful Ama Dablam in the background.
Candlelight lights up this Buddha in a temple at Bodnath.
Stone homes, built to endure hard winters, are quite common in Khumjung.
The gate at the entrance to the Tengboche monastery is intricately decorated.
This peak was glowing in the sun as the fog was dissapating.
Standing next to one of the many mini-hydroelectric plants along the trail, this local lady is waiting for the rain to subside.
I was fortunate that the clouds broke for less than a minute so that I could capture this Khumba region mountain.