Photographer Andrew Newey documented the ancient tradition of honey hunting in central Nepal. Perched precariously on rope ladders, honey hunters risk their lives to gather the honey, using only long sticks known as tangos to knock the honeycomb off the Himalayan cliffside and into baskets, which are then lowered to the ground.
Unable to sustain a livelihood with the little land they own, Mani Lal and his brother Sri Lal, make a living as honey hunters. Central Nepal. N ayant pas suffisamment de terres pour survivre, Mani Lal Gurung et son frere Sri Lal, sont chasseurs de miel. Centre du Nepal.