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Christine visiting from San Diego USA - Bali Street Photographer Pasar Ubud

Jalan Jalan

“Where are you going?” or “Mau kemana?” in Bali is equivalent to “Hey, what’s up?” And, the common local reply is, “Jalan jalan!”.

Canang at Pasar Ubud by Wiwit Ristu - Bali Street Photography tour

Canang

Canang sari is a form of banten or offering that is woven deep in the fabric of Balinese culture.

Ogoh-ogoh - Bali Street Photographer

Ogoh-Ogoh: Bali’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Ogoh-ogoh are statues up to five metres high, which represent the negative aspects or all living things. They generally take the form of a local demon (some look downright obscene). The Balinese Hindu authorities try their best to ensure the statues are representative of the true spirit of the event, though an occasional Sponge Bob …

Waiting for scraps ©️ Les Telford with Bali Street Photographer

Tour Photos by Les Telford

These wonderful images were made during Bali Street Photographer’s Pasar Ubud Tour in June 2018. Les’ photography is the embodiment of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s decisive moment. Thanks so much for sharing, Les! All photographs and captions are by Les Telford. Follow Les on Flickr.

Meals (and other things) on Wheels Indonesian Style - Bali Street Photographer

Meals (and other things) on Wheels Indonesian Style

A simple hommage to the people of Indonesia that need to transport things (everything imagineable) from point A to point B. Oh, on two wheels no less.    

Bali Street Photographer Pasar Ubud Tour ©️ Artisanal Photo

Tour photos by Adrian of Artisanal Photo

I’m pleased to share Pasar Ubud Tour photos by Adrian of Artisanal Photo. Adrian is relatively new to Bali and street photography. Please enjoy Adrian’s fresh and new perspective of Bali and Pasar Ubud. All photos by Artisanal Photo. See the full high resolution series published on Artisanal Photo. Thanks so much for joing me …

Bali Street Photographer Pasar Ubud Tour ©️ Brian Osborne

Tour Photos by Brian Osborne

The Pasar Ubud Photography Tour was delighted to host Brian. Brian is a  talented street photographer originally from South Africa. He’s a true traveler/explorer as demonstrated in the way he naturally blended into unfamiliar surroundings. It was a pleasure to observe Brian’s keen ability to see a photograph before it materialised (with remarkable patience) in …

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