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5 January 2011

Ko Surin

Underwater photography proved wretchedly tricky – our compact camera is on the blink, and often the lens simply won’t extend properly. The LCD is also scratched, and through the underwater camera case it is now completely impossible to see; rather a problem when the LCD is the only viewfinder. I saw so many lovely fish, and yet took so many pictures of empty reef with the camera angled just a little wrong!

2 Responses to “Ko Surin”

  1. Hels says:

    Please can you bring me back the cute little monkey (image 15) who lost its keys to the bungalow!? My favourite pic so far . . .

    Missing you guys.

    Hels xx

    • shortclaws says:

      Hi Hels! It turns out the little monkey was trying to burgle the bungalow, and has been dragged off by the Thai harbour police. As part of his community service he will be dressed in drag and sent on the next Ladyboys show to tour the UK, so you might see him there. Miss you too! Wish we were going somewhere un-injectionable so you could meet up with us.

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