Pasar Ubud Street Photography Tour One-hour tours at 7:00 am, 8:30 am, and 10:00 am. A custom time can be arranged. 7 am is the best time to see the true spirit of the market. 8:30 is transition time where the market transforms from a traditional pasar to souvenir shops. 10 am is perfect to […]
This is Bali (ini Bali) during the coronavirus pandemic. These images were made in and around Ubud, Bali in July 2020. Life goes on. Even if there are no tourists. June and July are the peak months for kite flying on the island. The winds during these two months are strong and steady. This creates […]
In March 2020, all Ogoh-Ogoh celebrations were cancelled in Bali. This left a lot of Ogoh-Ogoh like this one all dressed up with no place to go.
One of the Bali Street Photographer’s core values is to see rather than look.
Kaki limas (five legs) are rare in Ubud. If one is around, it always catches my eye. This kaki lima was spotted just north of Ubud.
Today, we were blessed with clear skies and harsh light. While in the middle of Bali’s rainy season no less. About the photo: a market porter strides by a texting young adult and bemo shortly after 8 a.m. (transition time) in front of Pasar Ubud. Learn more about layered photograph compositions.
New Additions to the Canang Gallery Visit the full gallery. Special thanks to Kathryn Presner’s contribution to the gallery. Share & enjoy!
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 […]
One late night in May 2019, I heard a dog in front of our home screaming. I ran outside. I saw a street dog viciously attacking this poor little pooch (Millie) that I’ve never seen before. I shooed the larger attacking dog away. The dog that was being attacked was small with a black coat […]
More two wheel wonders from the streets of Bali. See the full gallery.
In Search of the Real Bali Bali is a global tourist destination. So, it makes sense that Bali seems to be overdeveloped. People may complain about it–the overdevelopment. Most definitely there are less rice paddies (sawah) in Ubud than there was when I first arrived in 2010. But, if one is wanderer/adventurer, one doesn’t have […]