Friday, October 28, 2011

Mm, that's nice

After a slightly downbeat post summing up my disappointing experiences in the Philippines, you might wonder what I'm doing out here if I'm intent on not appreciating Asia or enjoying myself.

Sometimes I wonder that too, but then I look back at my amateur, blurry, overcast photos of the ace things I've seen so far, and then check out professional, idealised, Photoshopped images of what's to come, and I feel like I'm not completely wasting my time.

Here are some of my favourite natural sights I've seen in Asia so far. The quality of the photos won't be enough to make you go 'WOW!' or 'oh my god, how does that exist on the same planet that brought us Preston, Lancashire?'

But hopefully they'll be enough to make you go 'mm, that's nice.'


Queen's Head,
Yehliu, Taiwan





Namuang Waterfall,
Koh Samui, Thailand

Hin Ta (Grandfather Rock),
Koh Samui, Thailand

Pha Jun Jaras,

Mae Koh Island lagoon,

Pranang Beach,
Krabi, Thailand

Chicken Island,
Krabi, Thailand

Mangrove swamp,
Krabi Town, Thailand


Monkey Beach,
Penang, Malaysia

Gunung Brinchang,

Mossy Forest,

Dark Cave,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Coral Island,
Pulau Tioman, Malaysia

Mangrove river,
Cherating, Malaysia

Bukit Terisek,
Taman Negara, Malaysia


Java, Indonesia

Java, Indonesia

Bali, Indonesia

Bali, Indonesia

The Philippines

Taal Volcano,
Luzon, Philippines

Binintiang Malaki,
Luzon, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines

Borneo (coming soon)

Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve,
Sabah, Malaysia

Great Cave, Niah National Park,
Sarawak, Malaysia

I'm not doing too badly, I guess.

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