Keeping with the sun theme from last week, this week we are taking you on a tour of magical sunrise shots taken in my travels over the years. Welcome to week 337 (7/20/2017) of Travel Photo Thursday. Here comes the sun. Enjoy!
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Sunrise from Clan Jetty Heritage Home, Penang
When you stay right on the water how can miss the sunrise? A few summers ago I spent a month exploring Penang, and although I stayed outside of the city centre I did spend a few nights at the Clan Jetty Heritage Home (highly recommended) taking in the Georgetown Festival and enjoying the ambiance of the Clan Jetties. The magic of the sunrise was impossible to resist and my camera was busy during my stay on the Jetty.
Hua Hin Sunrise
I’ve called the beachside town of Hua Hin my temporary home a few times over the years. I love it’s close proximity to Bangkok, and there is always affordable accommodation available a short stroll from the beach. You’ll find a beautiful beach ideal for sunning, swimming, and walking. Don’t hesitate to sample some of the seafood on offer. Hua Hin is home to the Thai Royal Family’s summer home, so the town is much tamer than some of the other beach spots in Thailand. Of course, be sure to drag yourself out of bed to capture a few sunrise shots.
The fisherman get’s ready to cast his net as the sun rises. There’s always some activity on the beach as the sun slowly moves above the horizon.
Angkor Wat Sunrise
A trip to Angkor Wat is not complete without a sunrise shot. The 5 am pickup time may seem a bit harsh at the moment but with that first glimpse of the sun rising over the ancient monument and the reflections in the lily pool, you’ll have no regrets over missed sleep.
Goeje Island Sunrise
This golden new year’s eve day sunrise made the overnight bus ride down the Korean peninsula totally worth it!
There you have it for another week of Travel Photo Thursday. How often do you manage to see the sun making its debut to fill your lens with sunrise shots? Let us know in the comments.
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