Asia in Bird Eye Perspective

 Today I will post about one subject only: “bird eye perspective photographs”. 

During our trips in Bali, Hong Kong, China and Malaysia my husband Mathieu Nagelkerke and I photographed many photos with a bird eye perspective.  We like this angle of making photographs so.. I will show you a mix of photographs.

Mathieu photographed amazing photos from the Petronas Twin Towers,  the tea plantation Cameron Highlands and the white buildings with the red roofs, all photographed in Malaysia. Mathieu also photographed great photos from the Great Wall in China.

We hope you like the photos. Enjoy!

Rockbar in Bali

View from hotel Komenaka at Bisna in Ubud, Bali

Surf paradise Uluwatu, Bali

View from Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

View from Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

View from Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hotel Icon in Hongkong

Hotel Icon in Hongkong

Shoppingmall in Hongkong

Tea plantation Cameron Highlands in Malaysia

Tea plantation Cameron Highlands in Malaysia

Tea plantation Cameron Highlands in Malaysia

Beijing, China

Beijing, China

Beijing, China

Great Wall, China

Great Wall, China

Great Wall, China

Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia


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