Loh Dalam Bay is on the north side of the sandy isthmus that connects the two limestone outcrops that form Phi Phi Don. This photo was taken from the lookout on the eastern half of the island. I’m guessing I used my Tamron 500mm mirror lens for this photo as it was the longest lens I owned at the time. I should probably go back and produce a history of cameras and lenses I’ve owned over the years. I’m pretty sure the camera would have been a Canon T90. I think by the time I left South Africa in March of ’89 I had two T90 bodies – the difference in feel between the Canon A1 and the Canon T90 being too great to use the A1 as a backup.
The two boats in the lower left corner were used to ferry people to other, smaller, beaches on the island.