A Nepali man waves his nation's flag in front of the famed Trailokya Mohan Narayan temple inside Dubar Square, just 3 days before it's collapse.
Everybody scrambles, minutes after the first major earthquake. Scattered cries are heard and phone networks shut down just outside Bhaktapur’s main gates.
Locals flee to open fields and drop to the ground as tremors continue.
Labourers and their families gather, waiting for tremors to settle. The surrounding areas of Bhaktapur are known for the array of brick kilns that sweep the horizon; many of which have since collapsed.
Milan (left) and his cousin, Krishna (right) await live broadcast updates in the morning following the earthquake.
Picked up by a local bus driver, we drive towards Bhaktapur as soldiers are seen walking to and from the Kharipati Military Academy and the city.
Rubble piles in front of the gates of Bhaktapur, on the road to Kathmandu.
The inner streets are emptied and businesses closed. Most of the city’s inhabitants fled to major parks which would soon become IDP camps, though many are choosing to stay in their homes despite the risk. Kathmandu, April 26.
Pigeons remain fed in Durbar Square. Kathmandu, April 26.
Assessing the damage in the streets of Kathmandu, shortly after the third earthquake in just over 24 hours.
Kathmandu, April 26.
One of the first of the now over 500 Internally Displaced Person (IDP) camps spread across Central and Western Nepal.
Kathmandu, April 28.
Exhausted aid workers awaiting dispatch by the bus load. Due to the scarcity of transportation and resources as a whole, damage must be assessed before help is sent to the areas with the greatest need of assistance.
Kathmandu, April 28.
Some normalcy remains as two children unknown to each other approach me asking to have their picture taken.
Evacuation flights are underway as international aid is dispatched, sending foreign nationals home on their return.
Onboard the RAAF (Royal Australian Airforce) C-17 military aircraft during an evacuation flight after being used to deliver 15 tonnes of supplies to the nation.