It was a beautiful day.
The weather could not have been any better and either could the scenery. Sea Canoeing in southern Thailand is definitely something not to miss.
We spent the day exploring these tidal caves (or Hongs as they are known as in Thailand) that you can only enter on a Sea Canoe at certain times of the day. There is something peaceful about hearing the dip of the paddle as you look around at something that mother nature so carefully crafted. This shot was taken as the sun was beginning to set. We had spent the day in numerous Hongs that were discovered by our host John Gray on his inflatable sea canoe nearly 25 years ago.
As the light faded it made the cliffs glow just as one of our fellow canoeists passed on the right. I used a slow shutter speed to reflect the motion and a small aperture of f20 to keep the background in focus. You can almost hear the oars dipping into the water as they paddle by.
A perfect end to the day.
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