Morning colors

The mornings on Langkawi were quite colorful as well. This panorama is made from a few photos that I took an early morning from our balcony. A rather nice way to start the day.

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Another fairytale forest

One of the benefits of living on the outskirts of the city is the proximity to nature. The forest can be a magic place to explore and it is a luxury to have it right outside the door.

I took this photo many years ago with my iPhone 4. If i remember correctly it’s edited in TangledFX.

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Those jaws…

I don’t know how you feel, but those jaws looks terrifying to me. There’s something ancient and prehistoric about these huge reptiles that keeps me fascinated. I wouldn’t want to brush its teeth though…

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Feeling a bit unfocused

Sometimes you just have to unfocus a bit to see the world in a different light. Or at least a blurry light…

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Favorite spot

This was one of our favorite spots on Kho Lipe. Shallow water, pretty close to the coral reef, not too many sea urchins and a lot of sand to dig in. What more could you want? :)

This photo is taken from the restaurant on top of the hill.

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Sunset Silhouette

I’ve said it (and written it) many times before. The sunsets on Langkawi are awesome. We took many walks along the beach in the evenings, so I got plenty of opportunities to capture the setting sun.

Sunset Silhouette
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Time for reflection

I was just arriving at the hotel, returning from my morning walk. It was still too early for the first bathers, so the water was almost completely still. It was enough to make a rather nice reflection of the morning sky at least. This is shot with an iPhone by the way.

Time for reflection
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The Colors of Langkawi

The sunsets on Langkawi were something special. The sky shifted in so many lovely colors. From vibrant orange to pastel pink and subtle blue. It was a wonderful sight!

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Breakfast with a view

It was only after a few days that we found this breakfast restaurant on top of a hotel. It was quite nice to enjoy the first meal of the day with a view like this. It felt like a good way to start the day.

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Wired up hearts

I can’t understand why tourists like to do this sort of thing; buying a padlock shaped like a heart and attach it to a wire for good fortune or something of the sort. But it seems to be quite popular…

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