Ioana Budeanu is a travel writer and publisher from Romania. She has created a unique project named “Invisible Us: An Amazing Journey on 6 Continents” where she travels to gather people’s stories and photos. She also aims to volunteer around the world.
We came across some amazing photos taken by her partner and photographer Vlad Semen that tells a story. Below are some of the amazing shots we discovered taken in different parts of the world. There are a number of amazing shots taken in Malaysia too!
To learn more about Ioana, Vlad and their project, visit their website here.
This photo essay was originally published on Bored Panda.
1. A Night in Bangkok
2. Salang, the Last Village
3. Kuala Lumpur, View from Luna Bar
4. Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
5. Silent Night. Malaysia
6. Khao San Road, Bangkok
7. Sailing to the Prince’s Islands, Istanbul
8. Silence, KL, Malaysia
9. Summer in Amsterdam
10. Days of our lives, Malaysia
11. Ghost City, Portugal
12. Constanta, Black Sea, Romania
13. Tenerife Sunset
14. Into the light, Thailand
15. Sunset on Tioman Island, Malaysia
16. Candelaria, Tenerife, Spain
17. Beautiful Amsterdam
18. Night View, KL
19. Happy children, Tioman Island, Malaysia
20. The Wild Hotel, Malaysia
22. Jemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakech
23. Anything is possible! Petronas, KL
24. To the sea… Lisbon, Portugal
25. Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy
26. My little friend from Marrakech
27. Puerto de la Cruz, Spain
28. Authentic house on Tioman Island, Malaysia
29. On the island, South China Sea
30. Phraya River Bangkok
31. Salang Beach, Tioman, Malaysia
32. Believe! Thailand
33. Lisbon Tram, Portugal
34. Peace in Malaysia
Source: Bored Panda
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