An outtake from Day 2 in Malta - We (those that were able to make it to the rendez-vous by 11am after the night before!) spent the day in Gozo. On the way back to Malta we stopped off at the Blue Lagoon - consistently in the 'top 3 things to do in Malta' lists. Impeccable water, uninhabited rocky island... but tends to be very touristy. The 6 of us arrived in the early evening and were completely alone, not another soul around... quite blissful. It was a little too chilly to swim but we did anyway, very worth it.Speedy impro shoot of our international group - Maher (Tunisia), Lucie (France), Kjersti (Norway), Angie (Austria) & Lea (Switzerland/Another planet):
Here we go - three months of silence on the daily blogging front means some images are very much overdue. It would take me until next September to sort shots into the correct days and find images for those days when I simply lay in the sun and did nothing (or the lying in the couch when avoiding the rain when I was in Belgium). Instead, I have thrown a few images in a vaguely random order into a slideshow format - as sort of 'this is the summer that was...' with some holidaying and some commissioned stuff. In the meantime, I have also added a new portfolio gallery from a trip to Cape Town's schools.
I lied about the multiple photo posts - it mostly rained today, so it was a Roland-Garros-stir-crazy day for the most part. A small window of almost-rays as we drove past the beach...
Mirna and Laure happened to be in Thailand at the same time as us, so we caught them for a couple of days which was great fun. We left them sprawled on the beach and regretfully headed back up to Bangkok.
Day trip to Ko Phi Phi today - and yes, we went snorkelling where 'The Beach' was filmed - it had to be done. I have never seen water like it - so clear and clean, you could see 4 metres down. Unbelievable. I'm glad we decided to stay in Koh Lanta though, less beautiful but, logically, less packed.
Boys after my heart - except perhaps the one in Blue as he was wearing a Chelsea shirt
I'll try not to post too many sunset images... but this fishing boy was too perfect to resist. I am still suspecting he may have been paid to fish through the sunset!
Breakfast on the beach works too...
The sea! This should finally kill my lingering flu. We've landed in Krabi for the next four days. The Krabi beach itself is not much to write home about (photographs nicely though - a bit old school) but longtail boats ferry you over to great spots just a few minutes away. We're staying in an amazing spot, bungalows nestled beneath huge limestone cliffs set in tropical gardens...I won't want to leave.
Goodbye Barcelona, hello Brussels...