I don’t believe in ghosts – so what I reckon happened here is a car went past at the exact moment I snapped the picture. But who knows, it may very well be a ghost on a phone phoning home. Make up your own mind. Bali, Indonesia.
At sunset in Bali today I went to a wedding I wasn’t invited to. So I stood back with a 300mm lens and knocked off a few happy snaps. Say hello to the beautiful bride. Legian, Indonesia.
As he was so far out to sea, I couldn’t have snapped lifeguard, Wayan, without a 600mm lens on Legian beach yesterday in Bali, Indonesia. I spoke with him when he came ashore. The agile young fellow told me he only does this particular stunt when the surf is good – but not too big. Hooray, you have to acknowledge Wayan’s talent.
This man’s book must have been a real page turner. Probably couldn’t put it down. Even though there was a kerfuffle going on right behind him on Legian beach in Bali, Indonesia, it was more than likely he couldn’t have care less. However, when he did stir and tried to get rid of them, but one dog retaliated and raced off with his T-shirt. Very funny indeed.
I snapped this dear little child during a wonderful sunset in Bali, Indonesia, this afternoon. Hooray.
In Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, at the Sacred Monkey Forrest, from a distance I spotted a monkey washing its hands. As swift as a panther I pointed my Nikon and knocked off this picture. Someone nearby told me the monkey had turned on the tap on. Good monkey.
No wonder my mobile phone went haywire on a recent trip to Bali. I couldn’t understand how I kept getting my wires crossed. What a mess! Yah. Indonesian.
Now here is someone I snapped who appears to be lapping up the wonderful sunny weather in Bali, Indonesia. What a life.
A family outing; and it could be that the lady is telling the children they missed the turn-off to the shops. Maybe that is true…well that’s my version. Hey, ho, you beauty. Bali, Indonesia.
It’s very hot in Bali, Indonesia, and in a climate such as that, flowers thrive very well. Hooray.