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Volunteer photo of the week: Jemma treharne

The mist covered mountains surrounding the City of Katmahndu often look mysterious. Here is a wonderful picture courtesy of Jemma Treharne who spent a month in Nepal on a Frontier project teaching in a school. She's really captured the sense fo a true wilderness here. Vote for Jemma to win Volunteer Photo of the Month for September on the Frontier Official Facebook page.

Image courtesy of Jemma Treharne

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