If you’ve been looking for an affordable one-piece swimsuit for every tropical occasion, this is it. With a scoop front and low back, it’s just as good out of the water as it is in. I wore this black one-piece constantly in Samoa – whether I was snorkelling out the front of my villa or pairing it with a long skirt for sunset piña coladas. What I love about this swimsuit is that the fabric is really thick and fully lined, so it really can double as a bodysuit.
On a more serious note, there was more to this outdoor shower shoot than showing off this swimsuit. We’d just come back from a day out on the boat where I’d made the biggest island life rookie error imaginable. While I put on sunscreen before we headed out on the boat, I was so excited by the adventures we were having, I didn’t re-apply at all during my five or so hours out at sea. This outdoor shower was basically a first response medical treatment. A few hours after these shots were taken, I was bright red and my body temperature was running at a million degrees. You can already see the epic sunburn taking hold in these shots, even under the cold shower water.
Sunscreen people, sunscreen.
- Cameras: Canon EOS 5D Mark III (on loan from Canon Australia) and Canon EOS 70D (my personal camera).
- Lenses: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II (on loan from The Front – my preferred camera equipment renal company) and Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM (on loan from Canon Australia).
- Underwater housing: AquaTech Elite 5D3 Sport Housing with the PD-85 Lens Port (on loan from AquaTech).
I travelled to Samoa as a guest of World Resorts of Distinction. All opinions and thoughts expressed in this post are my own and remain 100% uninfluenced.
Photos featuring myself by Sera from Photography Byron Bay.