Dienstag, 21. September 2010

#9 Asian Seascapes Vol #1

A few shots from my actual work.

I shot these pictures below on the tiny and remote island Koh Ngai (spoken Co High) in southern Thailand, where no roads or paved ways disturb the eye and just nature rules. The so called long tail boats are the only traffic devices available around and being used by the local fishermen. Most of them were made at sunset or in the early morning, when the light is so soft and magic, that the colors turn the scenery into a mix of crazy warm tones. On Koh Ngai, I always stayed at the very nice and friendly Coco Cottage Resort, wich I recommend. I had the chance to spend a little time on this island more than once and that gave me the opportunity to catch the full beauty of the place in different lightening situations. The three islands in the background are typically for the scenery of the archipelago on Thailands southernmost outskirts.

I shot this pictures with my NIKON D200 DSLR. For most of them I used 12-24mm DX NIKKOR Ultra Wide Angle Lens, or the 10,5mm DX Fisheye NIKKOR.

See more of my Seascapes in my next blog #10 Asian Seascapes  Vol #2

Enjoy, Alfredo Briccola

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