Pierce Brosnan looked meditative during an afternoon outing in Hawaii Sunday.
The former James Bond enjoyed a relaxing day during quarantine, first going for a nice hike before settling down on the beach to read.
The 66-year-old star was handsome as always, stepping out in simple tee shirt and shorts combo.
Peace and quiet: Pierce Brosnan went hiking to his favorite reading spot as he continues to social distance in Hawaii
It seemed like Pierce was adjusting to island living, seen with distinguished grey locks and without his recent beard.
The silver fox was equipped for adventure, carrying his backpack and a walking stick.
During his hike Pierce practiced social distancing, stopping to talk to a few fellow travelers from afar. He made sure to be careful, seeing as he'd forgotten his mask that day.
After a bit of activity Brosnan made it to the beach, where he got himself comfortable in a wooden chair and read a book.
Relax: It seemed like Pierce was adjusting to island living, seen with distinguished grey locks and without his recent beard
Walkabout: The silver fox was equipped for adventure, carrying his backpack and a walking stick
Transitioning into the shade, he was sure to trade his sunglasses for reading specs.
The actor's next film is slated to be Eurovision, also starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams while he is also set to play The King in a retelling of Cinderella starring Camila Cabello as the title character.
It comes after Pierce left fans shocked on Friday when he shared a funny Instagram selfie with a rugged grey beard and scraggly long locks.
The James Bond star appeared to have dirt on his face and left fans speculating whether he will be bringing back his shipwrecked character, Robinson Crusoe.
Just last month: Pierce had noticeably darker hair and a Van Dyke beard last month at The Prince's Trust Awards in London (pictured)
The actor jokingly shared: 'Isolation and this is only week six!'
Fans were left shocked by his unruly appearance which was a far cry from the iconic slick 007 tuxedo.
Many fans teased that he is perhaps bringing back his 1997 role of Robinson Crusoe, who was left ship-wrecked on a deserted island.
However, some followers