Southeast Asia From Above: Stunning Drone Photography By Ali Olfat – Design You Trust

Southeast Asia From Above: Stunning Drone Photography By Ali Olfat

Absolutely mesmerizing aerial snaps by Ali Olfat, a talented self-taught photographer, adventurer, and drone pilot from Thailand. Ali focuses on landscape and drone photography. He travels over Asia to capture most iconic landscapes and locations.

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