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LOOK: Talisay City's Photo Coverage Of COVID-19 Outbreak Is Peak Aesthetic

Looking like a scene from Breaking Bad.
IMAGE FACEBOOK/Pio Talisay

The COVID-19 outbreak has been a show of strength for the country's different leaders. (Yep, we've even rounded up those who are doing it a lot better than others.) Now, even cities have become involved. Take, for example, Talisay, Negros Occidental, which has been documenting it all with photos and videos. What's really got us, and Twitter for that matter, interested is the amazing quality of the photos. In other words, it's peak aesthetic. Take a look.

Tell me this doesn't remind you of Breaking Bad.

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Just look at that color grading. Whew.

Here's another photo of the disinfecting drive for good measure.

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Can we get this as a preset or a VSCO filter?

A closer look

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Straight out of a movie

That depth of field, though.

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It doesn't even end there.

Checkpoint and temperature reading... but make it aesthetic.

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And during sunset, too

This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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