In February 2019 I traveled with PhotoWorkshopAdventures to the island country of Sri Lanka, which is just south of the tip of India. Michael Chinnicii was the photographer/leader of our small group of only three guests, and I knew both Maria and Rajesh from previous trips. A great van driver (Hector), a national advisor, and a photography advisor (Chathura Jayendra--or "CJ") completed our group. I joined Michael for a "pre-trip" visit to Negombo Resort. Then, our group basically made a circle of the southern half of the country--from the tropical sea level cities/resorts of Colombo and Galle to the mountainous tea plantations of Ella and Nuwara Eliya to the ancient capital of Kandy. In addition, we saw a plethora of occupations--from stilt fishermen to indigenous tribal forest people. I've chosen to segment this adventure into the various parts of this diverse country. It probably ranks in my top 3 of the trips I've made as far as photographic opportunities. The people were so very gracious--always willing to allow us to do portraits. In addition, the landscape vistas, beautiful children, busy markets, Buddhist temples, train stations, and a train ride afforded unique opportunities for photography.