On my recent vacation to Langkawi we stayed in the Andaman Hotel on the north-west coast. The Andaman is a fantastic hotel nestled into the tropical rainforest and on the shore of the most fantastic beach. On our 2nd last morning we went on a guide jungle walk. Nearing the end of the walk we came upon this most amazing site. A Paradise Tree Snake had just captured and killed this Tokay Gecko, near the side of the road, and was starting to eat it. We watched for about 30 minutes as the snake battled to wrap its tiny jaws round the huge head of the Gecko. Eventually it succeeded and continued to devour its freshly caught breakfast. I took many photos but particularly like these two showing the beautiful colouration of the snake in the morning sunlight. Both photos were taken using my old Nikkor 105mm f2.8 Micro lens. For the shot above I lay felt on the ground a few inches from the snake to get this close-up. I was careful not to frightening or intimidate the snake in case it would regurgitate its meal but it held on firmly. After observing we safely rolled the snake from the edge of the road so that it would fall victim to a car or one of the many eagles hovering above the jungle canopy.