The Horizon of Our Hope*
Dawn at Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka.

• 50mm • f/1.4 • 1/160 • ISO100 • Canon 5DMkIII & EF 50/1.4 courtesy Canon/Metropolitan.

*“Time is no longer endless or the horizon destitute of hope.”

— Charles Lindbergh


The Religion

The Meeran Jumma Masjid, Galle Fort, Sri Lanka by Son of the Morning Light on
The Meeran Jumma Masjid, in the Galle Fort, Sri Lanka, built in 1904 in the style of a Portuguese Baroque cathedral. January, 2014, with a quote from one of my favourite novels; Tim Willocks’ “The Religion.”

Apartments by the Sea, Colombo, Sri lanka

Apartments by the Sea by Son of the Morning Light on
Colpetty, March 2018.

Seas of Suwandel Rice, Welioya, Sri Lanka

Fields of Suwandel Rice, Welioya, Sri Lanka by Son of the Morning Light on
One of several varieties of historic rice being reintroduced as speciality crops in marginal agricultural areas of Sri Lanka. To read more about Sri Lanka’s oldest export, read my piece, “Heirlooms Unforgotten: the Heritage Rice of Sri Lanka, which ran in the March 2016 issue of Serendib magazine.

Sunrise Over Gal Koth Kanda and the Kandalama Tank #5

Sunrise Over the Kandalama Tank, Sri Lanka #5 by Son of the Morning Light on
Dambulla, Sri Lanka. February 2018.

Pidurangala and the Lion’s Paw Terrace, Sigiriya, Sri Lanka #4

Pidurangala and the Lion's Paws Terrace #4 by Son of the Morning Light on
The nearly 200m high Pidurangala stands to the north of its more famous companion, the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Directly below is the Lion’s Paw Terrace, halfway up the side of Sigiriya, and named for the stone gate through which visitors access the upper portion of the rock. Sri Lanka, December 2017.

Brutal Beauty

Brutal Beauty by Son of the Morning Light on
Salt flats under the unrelenting sun of Sri Lanka’s Dry Zone. Norochcholai, on the Puttalam Lagoon. August 2017.

Ripples from Africa #2

Ripples from Africa #2 by Son of the Morning Light on
Early morning on the west coast of Sri Lanka. Shot on assignment for Explore Sri Lanka magazine. My story, Waterworld Waikkal, ran in the December 2015 issue.

No England Here

Nuwara Eliya Valley from the Summit of Mt Pedro #2 by Son of the Morning Light on
The Nuwara Eliya Valley, shot from the summit of Mt Pedro, or Pidurutalagala, Sri Lanka’s tallest mountain, on assignment for Serendib, the inflight magazine of Sri Lankan Airlines. My photo-story, ‘The Nuwara Eliya Season in Spring, ran in the April 2017 issue.
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