Friday, October 11, 2013

Black & White Bali

To be honest I am not really taken any course / training / class or joined any group of photographers, basically what i do is kinda trial and error.. LOL. But somehow i am still believe that talent are gifted and not something that you can simply pick and be a PRO. Of course what we have learn will get an invaluable experiences..

Anyhow, below are some of photos taken in black and white. please do enjoy! (obviously i got nothing much to say).

Friend of mine

Pavilion on top of cliff at Uluwatu

Slow shutter mode at Tasik Kintamani

Best place to catch sunset at Bali. Tanah Lot!

Garuda Kenchana Wishnu's head

another HDR shot at Tanah Lot

Burning joss-stick

One of my favourite shot - Tanah Lot

Tourist experiencing holding sea snake - Holy Snake Cave, Tanah Lot

“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!” ― Ted Grant

Friday, October 11, 2013

Animal in Bali, Indonesia (2012)

For some reasons some of animals in Bali as considered as sacred like viper, monkey and eagle. While travelling there you can see that local there actually taking care of them. What i can say is ANIMAL LOVER!

 A monkey we found in Uluwatu.. Just sitting there and expecting wanderer to give em food.

 An eagle's eye - Turtle Island in Bali

 Salt Water snake / viper that being kept inside a cave near to Tanah Lot

 Big turtle as big as standard coffee table

Close-up look snake in 'Sacred Snake Cave' at Tanah Lot

I wish i had a lot things to say. But i don't, i just can't recall everything and i am upset about it! Anyway they said sea snake is venomous. But im not sure.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Remaining Bali Trip - Barong & Kecak Performance and so on... (2012)

Girl in traditional Bali costume welcoming us..

We went to watch Barong and Kechak dance.

Barong or "lion dance" — a ritual dance depicting the fight between good and evil, with performers wearing fearsome lion-like masks. This dance is often staged specifically for tourists as it is one of the most visually spectacular and the storyline is relatively easy to follow. Barong dance performances are not hard to find.

Kecak or "monkey dance" — actually invented in the 1930s by resident German artist Walter Spies for a movie but a spectacle nonetheless, with up to 250 dancers in concentric circles chanting "kecak kecak", while a performer in the centre acts out a spiritual dance. An especially popular Kecak dance performance is staged daily at Uluwatu Temple.

How i like their performance, it is quite amazing how can they put story in every performances and mesmerized the audiences..!

Next stop we went to one of popular market in Bali, while i am having no interested on all the stuffs, i just wait outside and saw this one little girl in school uniform having trouble crossing the road. So cute!

My fellow photographer and quite a creative person i think! Salute!!

Taking some portrait 

Next destination we got is one of my favourite place in Bali. You may enjoy few photos i took below..

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