Stella Diming Zhong
One night, I was taking a walk after dinner in a small town in Nepal. The sky was strikingly clear after a day of rain. I looked up, and I was amazed: the sky was covered with stars all the way down to the skyline, and they seemed extremely close. I stopped to enjoy it. But after a while I realized what I was looking at were not stars, but lights from the houses that spread over the mountains that were so high that blocked half of the sky.
A couple of days later, I was on the top of one of those mountains. Clouds hovered below the peaks, and as it got dark, I was astonished again: beneath the porch, there was nothing but endless stars…
I believe in my eyes. And they believe in wonders.
All images courtesy of Stella Diming Zhong