During these days of COVID-19, the same old scene gets old fast. Here’s a collection of photographs made during a short trip to the beach town of Sanur.
The Photography & Techie Connection One of the things I love about my passion project, Bali Street Photographer Pasar Ubud Tours, is meeting people from everywhere. Recently, things got even more interesting. At least three participants have two things in common with me. They come from high tech backgrounds and they love photography. I’m wondering […]
Having a jalan-jalan through the pasar during the oleh-oleh time. Pasar Ubud has three distinct phases. Pagi-Pagi or early morning time. This is where authentic everyday Bali is at it’s best. Transition Time where the traditional market gives way to souvenir stalls. This is the best time to see the most things carried on one […]
I’m pleased to announce a new addition to the Bali Street Photographer galleries. Please have a look at Paul Eveleigh’s wonderful photograph contributions. I especially love the composition work in these three lovely images. See the rest on Paul’s dedicated gallery.
A couple weeks ago, I found myself in the middle of a body building contest in a shopping mall in Kuta, Bali. Does the word surreal come to mind yet? So, what does a passionate street photographer do in this kind of situation? Pack up the camera and pull out the Visa card to do […]
Transition time at Pasar Ubud is when you will see the most things ever balanced on a human head in the world. Probably? Read more about transition time here.
A day in the life of a Balinese fisherman. Bali Street Photographer on the road in Seminyak Bali.
New updates More photos, links, and updates on My Favourite Hangouts in Ubud, Bali.
Opportunistic Street Photography Today, after running some morning errands. I was stuck in the middle of a huge traffic jam in the centre of Ubud. That usually means one thing–upacara. In other words, there was a Balinese Hindu Religious procession in progress. Rather than waiting in the hot sun inhaling exhaust from dozens of idling […]
Beauty in the Mundane During all the years I’ve lived in Ubud, I’ve never seen the Ubud Palace being completely smoked-out. In this case, fogged-out. Even though fogging for mosquitoes is a common thing in Bali, this scene at the main gate to the palace is not something you see every day. Here, we have […]