There is nothing better than seeing photos used in print. And when that print is a full article on Sri Lanka in National Geographic Traveller Magazine, it is even more exciting!
After sending over a lightbox of possible images, it is always fascinating to see which photos clients chose. So often it is completely different to the ones that I would pick; likely because they don’t have the same emotional connection from being there when the images were created. While I was in Sri Lanka, I climbed the c5,500 steps up Adam’s Peak for sunrise. Having suffered the 2am start and jelly legs at the end of the 8 hour round trip, these photos naturally became some of these photos. Spoiler alert; these photos didn’t make the article. One that I took at the bottom by the lake, which required very little effort did though!
I would love to let you know what the article actually says, but unfortunately I don’t speak Polish! So I hope you enjoy the photos! If this whets your appetite for more, why not check out this gallery with my favourite photo of Sri Lanka.
And here are the photos by themselves, with a bit of information about where they were taken…
Sunrise over tea plantations, Haputale
Stilt fishermen at Midigama Beach on the South Coast of Sri Lanka
Farmer working in the Nuwara Eliya District, Sri Lanka Highlands
Women gutting fish in the Negombo fish market, Sri Lanka
Dambulla Cave Temples