We took off for Kuang Si via motorbike so we could arrive right when it opened. When we finished the beautiful drive and when we arrived we were greeted with a huge smile from a friendly stranger carrying a bag of sticks and looking for rocks. It was eight o’clock and we were the only three there. Practically speechless Megan and I soaked up the beauty and started to take photos.
I was really excited about the opportunity to take photos at Kuang Si. After researching flickr and on the internet I saw some stunning images and was excited to try and find my own. Most of them a variation of this area. So as I desperately tried to figure out how to get the best image possible, and make it unique to me, I snapped away ferociously.
Unfortunately I didn’t know how to make my images different from the hoards of awesome photos already of Kuang Si. My inexperience had me panicked and I took tons and tons of photos. Megan wandered off to explore, while I stayed in this one spot for at least 45 minutes trying to figure out what I could do that was unique. When Megan returned she informed me we were at the very beginning of the falls, and that there were even more to see! [justified_image_grid preset=c3 row_height=1000 width_mode=responsive_fallback gallery ids=”12750,12751″] There are a total of four sections of waterfalls at Kuang Si. Each one absolutely breathtaking. [justified_image_grid preset=c3 row_height=500 width_mode=responsive_fallback gallery ids=”12749,12748″]
I was endlessly amazed by the stunning scenery of Kuang Si. It was time for us to take a dip. On our way back down to the second fall we ran back into the smiling stranger. This time he was perched on a rock, assembling a cairn.
It was when I saw this scene of a man resembling Golem, from Lord of the Rings, precariously perched on top of a cascading waterfall skillfully stacking rocks. In the middle of a lush jungle oasis, that I knew there was something special, or different about these photos that made my images of Kuang Si different from the rest.
I took quite a few photos of the scene as this man was perching precariously on the extremely slippery waterfall of Kuang Si. I was actually a bit nervous for him as he was constantly moving. Trying to get in the most stable position as he tried to delicately keep his balance, move slowly, while setting up the rocks.
Kuang Si Waterfalls has to be one of my favorite waterfalls I’ve ever visited date. It has it all, beautiful turquoise waters, a secluded jungle oasis, 4 different sections of falls, and cascades like no other. This place is absolutely breathtaking. So we decided to come back another day and shoot a walk with us and enjoy Kuang Si one last time.
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