Peeking into SE Asia

A door open just a crack. A window into a mosque. A flurry of colour and movement in a little underwater cave. Sunrise appearing through sculpted hands. I’ve spent the past four months in SE Asia, peeking into lots of different places and things as I’ve travelled around.

I don’t take for granted how lucky I am to have the opportunity for extended travel. It lets me feed my wanderlust, and the urge to record it all via photography.

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peeking into a mosque, Penuba, Indonesia
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peeking into a mantis shrimp den, Hoga Island, Indonesia
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peeking into a historic fort, Banda Neira, Indonesia
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peeking across at sunrise, Puteri Harbour, Malaysia

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