Phliu Waterfall

After taking a speedboat back to the mainland from Koh Wai, I seized the opportunity of seeing the Phliu Waterfall, as it’s located conveniently on the way back to Bangkok. People like to swim in the pools that are swarming with quite big and intense looking fish, mad barbs. It was quite annoying to get these shots taken… There were loads of people there, it started raining pretty much immediately I started taking the photographs, the rocks were slippery, etc. It’s rather tricky trying to get good shots while holding an umbrella with your other hand.

Phliu Waterfall

f/22 6 sec | ISO 100


Phliu Waterfall

f/32 6 sec | ISO 100


Phliu Waterfall

f/32 3.2 sec | ISO 100


Phliu Waterfall

f/32 10 sec | ISO 100


Date taken: 28.10.2012 | Location: Namtok Phliu National Park, Thailand

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About j.t.l.

I’m a creative minded finnish fellow who is passionate about photography, making music, and traveling among many other things.

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  1. Pingback: Phliu Waterfall in black and white « Juha Lappalainen photography

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