Grey Chow is a talented self-taught landscape photographer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Grey captures stunning night-time photographs across South East Asia. Chow uses Nikon D610 camera, he focuses on landscape, travel, nature and astrophotography.
The featured time-lapse composite photograph was taken in Mount Bromo, East Java, Indonesia, one of the most popular active volcanos on the earth. “Me and my friends spent 6D5N in Java Island, Indonesia hunting for Milky Way and sunrise,” Grey says. “We start with Ijen , a volcano crater famous with sulfur mining and a unique phenomenon known as “Blue Fire” , an ignited sulfuric gas, which emerges from cracks at temperatures up to 600 degree Celsius.”