Icons from Macao

In the last episode of our photography series, Andy and DJ head over to Macao to see if they can photograph the iconic St. Paul’s facade and a bird’s-eye view from the tower. Both pictures have been done many times before, but can our two snappers come up with something different?

Fog and fireworks

Still searching for great photographs of Hong Kong, DJ and Andy first take a bike ride around a rural island before heading to a fireworks display over Victoria Harbour. Who got the best shot? Let us know what you think in the comments down below.

Mist and parades

DJ and Andy are on day three of their photographic adventure in Hong Kong. In this episode they start with a hike up Lantau Peak to photograph dawn, followed by a visit to a street parade. Let us know what you think of their final pictures in your comments below.

From the lookout

In the first of a new series, DJ starts a photography tour of Hong Kong with his friend, Andy, who is visiting for a few days. In this episode, they head to Jardine’s Lookout for a panoramic shot over the city, and then into a housing estate for some colorful architecture.

Gongga Valley

DJ and Jack are almost finished with the Shangri-La adventure. Just enough time for a walk along the enchanting Gongga River. Watch them as they take one last walk before leaving the Hengduan Mountains.

Also check out the documentary they went there to film at https://youtu.be/1t_XqAduOk0

Details of the guides can be found on our website at www.droneandphone.com

3 Peaks, 3 Lakes

Five days into a search for Shangri-La in the Hengduan Mountains, Jack, DJ and Simon reach the one place you can see three holy mountain peaks. Camping by Snake Lake, Simon conducts a scientific experiment with the emergency oxygen supply, Jack twists his ankle, and DJ prepares to return to civilization. Also check out the documentary they went there to film at https://youtu.be/1t_XqAduOk0

Details of the guides can be found on our website at www.droneandphone.com Five days into a search for Shangri-La in the Hengduan Mountains, Jack, DJ and Simon reach the one place you can see three holy mountain peaks. Camping by Snake Lake, Simon conducts a scientific experiment with the emergency oxygen supply, Jack twists his ankle, and DJ prepares to return to civilization.

Also check out the documentary they went there to film at https://youtu.be/1t_XqAduOk0 Details of the guides can be found on our website at www.droneandphone.com

Black Lake Pass

After crossing the Zabala Pass, Jack, Simon, and DJ find themselves in amongst the clouds as they slowly traverse boulder fields to find their way to Black Lake Pass in Hengduan Mountains, Sichuan, China. Jack makes the best of the campsite, Simon finds a clue to Shangri-La, while DJ meets up with two unusual Drone and Phone fans.

Also check out the documentary they went there to film at https://youtu.be/1t_XqAduOk0

You can contact the guides via WeChat at the following ID:GRYZ1004011074
or phone 18481224698    18783408277

To Zabala

DJ, Jack and Simon set off into the mountains in their search for Shangri-La on a long climb up to a 4,700 meter pass. Simon looks for wild animal tracks, Jack looses his water bottle and DJ takes a dip in the fountain of youth.

See the documentary they went to film at http://www.droneandphone.com/where-is-shangri-la/where-is-shangri-la/

You can contact the guides via WeChat at the following ID:GRYZ1004011074
or phone 18481224698    18783408277

 

Journey to Muli

In the first of a new series looking for Shangri-La, DJ, Jack and Simon set off from Lijiang on a two day road trip to the start of an old Joseph Rock trail in Muli County, Sichuan Province. Follow them over the next five weeks as they trek up into the mountains on a search for the origins of Shangri-La.