Honeymoon in Thailand! (Part 2/2)

For my second post I’ll add some shots of the amazing scenery Thailand has to offer. Our trip was split between Railay and Koh Tao. Both were spectacular in their own ways. Railay is famous for its dramatic limestone cliffs that tower over some of the most perfect beaches imaginable. Koh Tao primarily known for it’s diving, is so much more than that, with dozens of very quiet coves surrounded by gigantic boulders and incredible golden beaches. The island is small enough to reach everywhere by motorbike, but rugged enough to keep most beach-goers away from the more remote destinations.

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West Railay

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East Railay at low tide.

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Railay

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Railay

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Koh Tao

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Tanote Bay, Koh Tao

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Koh Tao

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Koh Tao

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Koh Tao

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Koh Tao

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4 thoughts on “Honeymoon in Thailand! (Part 2/2)

  1. Beautiful, just beautiful….. but the mystery look of the last photo is magnificent! is that ground fog clinging to both rock and water? What amazing creature might crawl up out of that … ! And of course foot prints on the sand – for me, nothing more picturesque as it seems to ask who came thru here and where did they go? Love it. Tyler, all of your photos are wonderful – part 1 with Jolie as your oh so willing subject! and part 2 where we get a photographers’ eye view of this beautiful part of the world. Any chance for a part 3 with some candid shots of the local people? Thank you for sharing —

    • Thanks for the nice praise. The fog is the result of a very long exposure: I think about 3-5 minutes. It averages all of water’s natural turbulence which makes it appear like fog. It was actually very early in the morning and quite dark. As for a part three, I don’t think I have any candid shots at all now that you mention it. That’s a first for me.

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