downstream Posted on March 11, 2012 by nitzus they paddled along the winding creek, densely surrounded by the mangrove trees. cherating river, pahang april 2011. the location: Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
This presents such a feeling of stillness and quiet. Lovely shot.
while they were both observing and embracing the nature around them. thanks angeline.
Looks like a wonderfully lazy downstream paddle. I love to canoe and kayak. Thanks for adding the map to your posts, I enjoy seeing exactly where these photos are, It opens my eyes to the beauty of the country. I did not know there were such lazy rivers in your country.
hi maggie, the first thing i want to know if i ever see a captivating photo is its location and the accompanying google map is the best possible way to help others who feel the same. malaysia is quite flat in the coastal region and there are many lazy rivers, the river in the picture is only 2km from the open sea. cheers.
I bet they were thinking “ahhh…this is the life”
haha, i bet they were. and i wish i can do the same instead of sitting in a river boat cruise during the eco tour. 😀
Always enjoy your blogs my friend
Something different every time
thank you ian, really appreciate it.
Mangrove trees! So that’s what they look like. Beautiful shot as always. Your posts are a National Geographic tour. Thanks!
haha. i’m trying to be as informative as possible. you are too kind. thanks george.
I like the colour contrast, and the atmosphere.
thank you louis. the prominent contrast is to flash out and engulf the subject among the landscape.
Intriguing contrast, is there crocodile? You really live in the wild.
no crocodiles, there were just monitors, banded kraits, pythons, otters, etc, mostly harmless ones (according to our guide). it’s not really wild, we were in an eco tour, safely tucked on a riverboat. 🙂