I’m on Ko Samui, doing the photos for Lonely Planet’s upcoming Ko Samui Encounter guide. I have a big fat list of places I have to shoot, but the good thing about doing this job is when I come across something interesting I can usually just shoot away. This happened when I was taking photos of Na Thon, Samui’s main port. It was sunset, and several ships had docked and were unloading fish:
A bit later, the remaining natural light mixed with the fluorescent and tungsten lights of the boats to create a pretty cool effect:
If you look closely, you can see that they are filling the boat with ice, which also added an interesting element to the pic.