KoSok National park Thailand.
Jungles, lakes, temples, wildlife and ecosystems of the Surat Thani provence of Thailand.
Capturing wildlife and sacred aspects of slow pace life in the interior away from the tourists and in humdrum of hectic city sprawling life. These areas are protected and biodiversity allowed to flourish. Monks worship Buddha, children play with monkeys in the slow tropical forest rivers that meander through small villages and townships.
Monsoons are frequent and forest growth rapid providing enormous bamboo, giant leaves and an abundance of habitats for a variety of flora fauna and insects.
Karst rock formations so indigenous to SE Asia are formed across the lakes and coasts, littering the countryside with caverns, caves providing home to huge colonies of bats, birds and reptiles.