Through the Sublime Field of Vision – II

An archive of aerial shorts of islands belonging to the archipelago of the maldives. These shots have been captured through the eyes of satellites that orbit our planet Earth.

View Through the Sublime Fields of Vision – I


The island of Maakandoodhoo located on the eastern edge of Shaviyani Atoll, Maldives. An untouched natural paradise housing a large mangrove lake in the middle surrounded by lush flora.

6.2352ºN, 73.2670ºE


COMO Cocoa Island at Makunudhoo Island is located on the southern part of Kaafu Atoll (Male’ Atoll), Maldives. COMO Cocoa Island is an all over-water villa resort with an over-water spa, and the largest hydrotherapy pool in the country.

3.9178ºN, 73.4698ºE


Velana International Airport located a mere 15 minute boat ride away from the capital city of Male’ was formerly referred to as Ibrahim Nasir International Airport or Simply Male’ International Airport. The busiest port in the country is currently undergoing renovations as the number of arrivals increase monthly.

4.1854ºN, 73.5292ºE


Park Hyatt Maldives on the island of Hadahaa. The resort is one of the most luxurious in the Maldives and is located inside the world’s 10th largest atoll teeming with undersea wildlife and gorgeous coral formations.

0.5053ºN, 73.4544ºE


The island of Dhuvaafaru located on the eastern edge of Raa Atoll, Maldives. As apparent from the picture, the island has undergone housing projects on a massive scale as means of relocating the residents of the island of Kandholhudhoo (Raa Atoll) which fell victim to the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami.

5.6286ºN, 73.0415ºE

3 thoughts on “Through the Sublime Field of Vision – II

    • Yes the island looks beautiful. I believe it has recently been leased for agricultural purposes. The modern day lifestyle leads us further away from nature, and more towards the urban innit.


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