He was innocently playing alone by him self. It was a pleasure to watch him play. He was totally unaware my camera was playing with him.
3rd time unlucky, for me anyway. He caught me watching him through the lens of mu camera. Great candid capture!! I LOVE it.
This woman is selling Sarongs. They start from around Rp. 20.000, which is just under£2. But like all foreign countries you need to learn to barter. A Sarong is worn in the temples, when a ceremony of cremation is taking place. You may not enter without one.
Both tourists and locals alike fill the streets on the day of the Kings brothers cremation.ceremony.
Old age is a stage many human beings fear. Maybe they fear it because unconsciously they know the last stage of old age is death.
Life has a way of expressing it self on our faces. The one who reads our face, will have their own story to tell according to their own interpretation.
Something caught his attention and it sure wasn’t me!! He is so adorable, he definitely caught my attention,
The Balinese have a strong spiritual culture which is mainly based on the Hindu belief system. You will find statues of this kind everywhere in Ubud. Praying and offerings are second nature to the Balinese.
Walking deep in thought, I captured his moment. I wonder what he was thinking about?
They spend a few days making the black bull you see in this picture view. Then they burn it while burning the bodies at the cremation. Most cremations happen every 5 years, but if you have a fair amount of money, you don’t have to wait that long. Cremations are very costly in Bali. This is the cremation day of the Kings brother.