From a distance, across the road in Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, I spotted this wonderful man strolling down the road. As he approach, I picked a clean area ready to take a few pictures. As there is so much traffic in Bali, as he got in position, I was tense that a bus or a truck a car or a dozen bikes would not go pass and stuff up my shot. I was safe. Amazing – there was a break in the traffic.
Beautiful Bali, Indonesia, a place full of wonderful, warm and genuine people. Have a look at these lads, both of happy as Larry – both not looking where they are going. People in Bali just love to have their photo taken. Hooray.
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.
As quick as a flash, that’s what I had to be when this character rode passed me on a bike. One flash and he’s gone. Gold Coast, Australia.
I love reflections so much I have to present this push bike I snapped on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
A silhouetted lady walking the bike at sunrise – a picture I snapped at wonderful Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
IN BYRON BAY, this man wasn’t angry at me, but he sure was angry about something. He could have been angry about the elections or he could have been angry about the weather. However GO the FULL SCREEN and see how angry he was. New South Wales, Australia.
I sitting in the front seat of a car at the traffic lights a few days ago in Labrador, when I noticed this guy ride past the windscreen. One quick snap and he was gone. Gone forever. I would have like to have seen him coming. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Bike Boy at Snapper Rocks, Gold Coast.