Lucky to be on the spot when this rice farmer took his cow for a bath in the flowing water from the canals in Sidemen, Bali, Indonesia. The cow loved it so much it appeared to be laughing.
I arrived in Bali at night and booked into the Nike Villas in Sanur, Indonesia. A wonderful place to be. This is the first picture I snapped when I woke and looked outside. Must have been a nice drop of rain last night.
If your standing by the road and you see a man riding a bike with a heavy load in Bali, and you have a camera, do you stop him and say hello. Of course you do, and you snap his picture. Snapped this in Sidemen, Indonesia.
There a wonderful side of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia, but there is also the children who are in need of help. When I walked past this spot today, this young girl walked up the path to the fence and put her hand out for money. Her face said it all. How could anyone resist?
First of all I see a beautiful pink flower in Bali, Indonesia. Then just as I press the shutter I see a Bali bee buzzing by. I love it when it all comes together. Hooray, you beauty.
I snapped an Iguana in Bali, Indonesia, however, I really wanted to move in closer and just snap a picture of its eye, but I was far too scared to do that. I thought I’d be bitten. Hey, ho, you beauty.
In Bali, Indonesia, I could not possibly walk past this wonderful flower and bud without snapping a picture. Hooray.
Snapped this rice farmer holding a sickle, a prize possession of his trade, walking between the rows of young rice at Sidemen in Bali, Indonesia, yesterday. Love it.
Walking the streets of Sanur in Bali, Indonesia, when I stopped to chat with this wonderful man. His name is Nyoman Oka. He was sitting in front of a white tinted window which read ‘Billionaire Cut Barber’s Shop’. I discovered he was the barber. I flicked my locks from side to side. He didn’t talk, but he nodded and seemed to understand I had a desire to snap his picture. He was very shy and extremely polite and as skinny as a rake. I could feel in my heart he was a wonderful and kind soul.
Snapping pictures of a rice fields near Ubud in Bali when I looked up and spotted this bastard of a spider a few inches from my head. Good grief Charlie Brown. Our driver said it was not venomous, but it can gave you a nasty nip and nightmares.