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THREESIXTY GUIDES - A BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF BALI

What happens when a commercial photographer buys his first drone and comes to Bali? Thomas Duncan is a New Zealand-based photographer, so he understands the light, colour and how to frame a shot. Discovering Bali for the first time was an eye opener for Thomas Duncan, who reigns on Instagram as @tommytwig, we asked him where were his favourite places to shoot and hang out?

http://threesixtyguides.com/featured/a-birds-eye-view-of-bali/

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Bird's Eye Bali

It is no question that Bali is a truly photogenic destination; landscapes and seascapes, culture and commercialism, modern and traditional come together to create an environment perfect for the lens to capture. Many of us snap the sights whilst we travel the island, but one photographer seemed unsatisfied with the angles that lay ahead of him. So, to capture a unique perspective of the island he set to the skies to capture a bir’s eye view with amazing drone footage of Bali. 

http://nowbali.co.id/birds-eye-bali-this-photographer-captures-amazing-images-from-the-sky/

 
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Vice on Climate Change

New Zealand got a record-breaking whack of heavy rain for a week in March. And this week has been no better. The entire population of Edgecumbe has been evacuated after the Rangitaiki River breached its stop banks this morning. Flights at Auckland and Wellington airport have been cancelled and delayed. Power outages have affected thousands in South Auckland and Taranaki. Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Thames, Coromandel and the Hauraki Gulf. And major landslips and flooding has caused road closures in Kaikoura, just as the town is recovering from being cut off by earthquake damage. Highways around the Waikato, Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, and Whanganui are also closed. What is going on?

https://www.vice.com/en_nz/article/does-this-extreme-weather-new-zealand-keeps-having-mean-were-fucked