A quick candid at the famed Khao Phing Kan better known as James Bond Island from the 1974 film. Sometimes, maybe even very rarely a moment like this proves decisive in the making of the image. Things just come together.
What keeps you company as you Kayak off this Thai island is gently lapping water and the incessant buzz of the insects that hide in the sharp cavernous rocks. Sometimes the tide pulls out and strands the fragile kayaks, leaving you in the serene isolation of the island’s hidden clearings.
Gorgeous and yet slightly foreboding pre-monsoon clouds in Thailand. Shot right after a quick snorkel. With these things, who needs colour!
The sea cliffs off Ao Phra Nang beach uncannily resemble a brooding assassins’s head scarf from #AssassinsCreed.
An inside look at one of the giant rocks of limestone that dot the Thai waterscape. This one is at Khao Phing Kan (James Bond Island). It’s kind of a struggle to find spots on these ultra-popular stops which are ubiquitous on itineraries it seemed, a little bit of side cave exploration led to this.
Looked like an imminent downpour over some distant landmass from the safety of the boat, whilst snorkeling in the shallow (and very salty) turquoise waters by Phi Phi Le. But even the boat couldn’t provide much protection from the rather prickly corals - in what was an otherwise perfect way to spend an afternoon.