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In A Lonely Place

In the humdrum of a city of 7.1 million people, it's very ironic how one would feel alone and isolated while walking along the crowded streets of Hong Kong. "I would love my audience to enjoy the piece visually, but to go away thinking more deeply about the idea of…

Sunsets in Luang Prabang

Wherever in the world you may be, sunsets are always captivating. But, sunsets in Luang Prabang have something more to them, something beyond beauty. They have this almost magical, seemingly tangible quality to them. Every golden ray of sunset seems to come together at some point, as they hold time…

Matleena’s Stockholm

Join The Passport Out as we explore the Swedish capital through the eyes of Stockholm-based lifestyle Instagrammer, Matleena (@matleenas)! Stockholm gives you the best of both worlds: I love that you can feel the hustle and bustle of a big city, but can just as easily go to the numerous…

Gunung Ijen, East Java, Indonesia

Dubbed as Gunung Bromo’s less popular sister, Gunung Ijen, East Java, Indonesia rose to fame after National Geographic featured the mesmerizing blue fires dancing along its crater lake in twilight. Tourists and avid mountain climbers alike flock to the Ijen volcano complex to witness the dream-like scene. Come daylight, visitors’ attentions are shifted towards the lake itself: its turquoise blue perfectly contrasting against the lemon yellow of the jagged sulfur rocks flanking its banks. Travelers often brave the sulfuric fumes just for the unique experience of seeing the beauty and raw unpredictability of nature....

Durdle Door

As another day breaks on the English coast of Dorset, I prepare to capture the beauty of Durdle Door. I marvel at the great waves lapping against the majestic limestone cliffs, slowly sculpted by time. It’s amazing how erosion is solely to blame for its magnificence. One cannot help, but think – Will time only alter its beauty, or will time prove that its beauty is fleeting? If the latter’s the case, then, all the more reason to try and capture Durdle Door in a photograph....

Great Ocean Road

As the helicopter hovered over the sheer limestone cliffs of the Twelve Apostles, I look down upon the Great Ocean Road. Taking in all of its splendor, all at once, can be quite overwhelming. From this vantage point, though, it is easy to understand why this harrowing stretch of asphalt and concrete is considered Victoria’s most scenic drive: the irregular coastlines, the deep cliffs, and the thunderously roaring waves make for a quintessentially Australian postcard shot....

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