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Inspirations >> Photos & People

EOS Professional: Terence Teo

2013-10-24
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Nature has a way of offering us an inner sanctuary and a sense of peace amidst the chaos of modern city life. For Terence Teo, embracing nature has become a part and parcel of his journey as a professional photographer. His relationship with nature goes beyond that of acquiring mere artist inspirations. Instead, it has evolved into one which borders the line of spirituality. "Out in nature, the air feels cleaner. I get to hear and experience more. There's a sort of hypersensitivity going on when I'm alone in a forest or up on a mountain. I just feel more alive," he says.

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