We visited Anse Source d’Argent Beach a few times each day while staying on La Digue. As the tide and light changes throughout the day, so too does the landscape. It was spectacular to see these changes, especially from a drone photography perspective. We were able to capture the beach at high tide where the ocean looked wild. And at low tide, where the exposed reef revealed a kaleidoscope of aqua.
Just before I left on my trip to the Seychelles, I was gifted this beautiful palm-print splash bag to use on my island hopping travels. Made by local brand Bondi Bandits, this bag is splash proof and the perfect beach accessory to keep your mobile phone dry or your wet bikini sand free.
With this trip being a work related trip, I was wearing and shooting multiple bikinis a day. This bag was perfect for storing my wet bikinis once I’d finished shooting them. It kept them sand free and everything else in my beach bag dry. Best of all, buying just one of these bags will provide 100 days of clean drinking water to a family at risk in Cambodia, thanks to Bondi Bandit’s charity partner Free to Shine.
We shot these splash bags on the most famous beach in the Seychelles – Anse Source d’Argent Beach. The beach is said to be the most photographed in the world, and it’s not hard to see why. Anse Source d’Argent Beach is the stuff of tropical dreams. With gigantic granite boulders that have been shaped by nature, lush jungle palms, powdery white sand and clear aqua water, the beach is as photogenic as it gets. The landscape has an almost surreal look to it, with the huge boulders scattered across the beach forming coves and caves.
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