Friday, November 14, 2014

Fisherman Shot

Eventhough Bali is an island there is not many fishermen here cause in Bali most of  the population earn their living in agriculture. Balinese are not seafarer, they are scared to the ocean


Thursday, October 30, 2014

East Meet West

This scenery I shot in Bali beach when the day of Balinese did a purification ceremony brought all effigies from the temple to the source of water like river, beach, lake or spring. This lady took a sunbathing before standing up and shoot the procession.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Sunrise at Ricefield

Need to start at 04.00 early morning to go to this place, This place is in the mountain with more than a thousands meters above sea level, it is one of the several terraced ricefield in Bali. The scenery of the field could be young shoots of rice with water, green or yellow.

Saturday, July 5, 2014


A photogenic waterfall which nice to shoot from high angle or we may go down to the river to get closed distance to get a nice picture of waterfall whether fast or long exposure shot.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Temple Festival

 Every temple in Bali has a regularly scheduled festival, an Odalan, that celebrates the anniversary of the date of its dedication.The size and elaborateness of the ceremonies range from simple little family affairs to enormous celebration. The Balinese use three different calender system, one is the standar Gregorian calender that used internationally but this is not the calender by which odalan are set. The odalan are set either by lunar calender of Caka or Pawukon calender. Some temples fix their odalan according to lunar calender, it occurs at either full moon or new moon, more likely full than new. The moon name will be the number of month in which the 12 lunar months are given sanskrit name from one to ten, with month 11 and 12 having slightly different terminology. Most temples fix their odalan by pawukon calender, it consists of 30 weeks, each of seven days length so this calender is just 210 days long. Most odalan lasts for three days although some go on for one week, odalan go on until very late at night or early morning hours. The women are carrying offerings on their heads. Some may be great towers of fruits, coloured rice cakes and meats skewered on to invisible central pillars of banana plants stem.Some people just bring simple offerings made of cut and woven coconut leaves shaped into the form of small square baskets and containing multi coloured flowers in a silver bowl or bamboo basket.