Today we took a short photo trip to Mae Ngad Dam in Sri Lanna National Park . Along the way were rice fields and a dragonfly nymph fisherman.
Then at Mae Ngad Dam we took a 10 min. long-boat ride to the back of the dam and the Eakchai House Boat clusters. What a great place for a photo shoot – next time I plan on bringing a small group of boys and have a photo party – swimming, restaurant, and private accommodations.
That’s Brian and Kot – next time the whole gang. While we were going a fellow guest passed us on the Dam lake – looks like fun.
Pristine views, excellent lunch (both Thai and Farang tastes – fully stocked bar), and besides the karaoke coming from the units down the mooring – it was extremely peaceful. We just got a few snapshots and it was time to continue on the Bua Tong Waterfall. Next time I really want to spend at least a day here – maybe exploring some of the side coves for real private photo shoots, if you get my drift. What a great backdrop. Ohhhhh I digress.
Bua Tong Waterfall is unique – formed from calcium deposits from upper hot springs it appears like the entire area was covered in some form of concrete — these images don’t do it full justice – better lighting and of course a tan Asian body posed within would really bring out the full beauty of the place – we were there just about sun-down and the colours were beginning to develop – I wish we had had more time to really concentrate on specific shots – next time we will make sure enough time is allowed to show all the beauty of the place.
Amazing how the deposits flow as if they were created by pouring bags of concrete down the hill – nature has always the best backdrops.
Light cream and white waterfall + tan Asian model = heaven, don’t you agree.