This time next month - from Liverpool to the Greek Island of Zakynthos

Really looking forward to heading back to the amazing Greek Island of Zakynthos or Zante as some people call it! Will be heading back to one of my favourite spots on the planet in the northern part of the Island - Shipwrecks Bay. It has the most insane light blue water. This is because the chalky limestone pebbles are constantly moving/rubbing against each other as the waves roll onto the shoreline. This creates a milky powder, mixed with the blue Med.... and voila!
This time I will also be taking my Drone for a bit of a flight around these amazing cliffs. Can't wait!

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Last sunrise in Rarotonga... a photo from the wee hours of the morning...

photo of sunrise in rarotonga After flying on a little island hopping plane back to Rarotonga the night before I had one of those "have to get up early to catch a plane, so a little bit wired and won't get much sleep" kinda nights...

So there I was at 5am listening to the waves crashing on the reef outside my window. I had an hour to kill before walking across the road to the airport - so got up and wandered along the rocky shoreline. First thing I thought was i'd left it a bit late. The sun had already risen just above the horizon... at 5am? Arghhhh!

I was hoping for a really long exposure to give the stormy sea an ethereal feel juxtaposed against the craggy outcrops... but hey - this was not planned. This was spontaneous and you just gotta go with it!

And the sleepy island of Rarotonga didn't disappoint. If this was to be my last photo of the trip - i'll take it!

Thanks again Cook Islands you beautiful jewel in the South Pacific. It's been special.

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