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Abandonamos Bali para ir a la isla de Flores.

When in Bali do what Balinese do! that's what i said her while taking her to the ocean shore just at front of our resort. My love was scared to face the the wonderful summer tides and surf on them so i just glanced at her and said "trust me I got this" & that is how we made wonderful memory in Bali.

Taken for the "Bali Summer Love" photo contest at Kuta Bali Surfing Beach

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Bali Spa & Resort

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Bali Spa & Resort

Raw Shot :[w/L : Studio light]

Platform Firestorm Viewer

Modeling: Bloomcastor Resident [Min Su]

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♫When I met you in the summer

To my heartbeat sound

We fell in love

As the leaves turn brown

 

And we could be together baby

As long as skies are blue

You act so innocent now

But you lied so soon

When I met you in the summer♫

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ヅ♫♫ヅ ♫♫

Summer Calvin Harris

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At Tirta Empul Temple, where holy waters clean bodies and souls....

Bali.

Bali, 2012.

 

Once a year (but be warned: according to the Balinese calendar!) young people meets and - after a very joyous body-painting - they walk through dozens of villages - where all the people is expecting them.

Why?

They parade - singing, shouting, playing. Addressing to the whole Universe: "This is our land! Evil Spirits away from here!"

Through rice fields, forests and rivers. For hours and miles. They stop every once in a temple and pray: "This is our land! Evil Spirits away from here!"

 

You would say: "folklore" - "primitivism."

 

But better to know that in Bali, the first day of the year (again according to the Balinese calendar!) three indications are strictly complied with:

- no fire

- no walking

- no working

plus one:

- Silence.

 

And, for 24 hours, the streets are deserted, no flights in or out!, all the families at home or at the temple.

Why? There's an explanation: this is the day when the evil spirits are coming flying over the island. They see it deserted ... and they go where humans - taken from their activism - are not realizing what is happening, and let Bad Spirits enter in their villages, in their houses, in their hearts.

An example of a very powerful Bad Spirit? Greed!!!

 

Can you imagine something like in your country? Can you imagine the power of 24 hours of silence...

24 hours with no TV, no Internet, no cars, no work, no planes, no politicians, no advertising, no newspapers, no thieves (in every village, for some urgencies you are authorized to move, of course, but a self-organized village guards pay attention to movements from special places called Bale – a rotten-built small house you can see in every village).

 

Look at their faces, look at the beauty of being aware of the personal and collective responsibility to be free!

To guarantee a balance between taking and giving - with the environment and among men - is the key of the Balinese spirituality in every day life.

That's why they smile and look at you in the eyes every time they meet another human being!

And that's may be a good moment to remember a very interesting Balinese custom: every new born will not touch the earth until the sixth month of his life. Because every new born is divine, sacre and every one around him, or her, has to remember this sacredness ! Baby cots hang in the Balinese houses and all family members are in charge to bring their babies, making them every day more and more participating to the community life. Until the big celebration at the sixth month anniversary. All the inhabitants of the village are invited, they all are dressed at their best, food and joy: the baby passes on the knees of each invited and finally the Hindu priest sit it on the ground: the baby is a human, one of us!

mjc.

  

Bali Virtual {Raw Shot}

 

Eat, Pray & Love in Bali.

 

Sitting next to him while enjoying the serene, crystal clear beach and the view of the luscious green forest, made me realized that there is nobody else I want to share this moment and this place with. As Julia Roberts said in the movie, "I think I deserve something beautiful". I can say that meeting you, Chrollo Lucifer, is one of the beautiful things that happened to my life, and this moment in Bali is just a plus. I love you Eze, even though you are always hungry xD <3 :*

Bali Sunset

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"Bali is more than a place....it's a mood , it's magical." Unknown

Sun setting behind a small rice field in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

Bali Summer Love 🌞🌊

 

A visit to Bali is an experience that nourishes mind, body and spirit. Disappointment is not an option because of the many beautiful sites to see on this luscious island, from sun-kissed white sand beaches to waterfalls, to mountains and valleys in the interior. From each glorious morning sunrise to the iridescence of the sunset. Truly a paradise in our virtual lives. Paradise is always where love dwells. Alf Creus will always be my piece of paradise ♥

 

(RAW shot taken with Firestorm Viewer using Custom WL)

 

Bali Virtual Spa & Resort Photography Contest

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Bali Butterfly Park is a butterfly park in Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The park is home to some of the rare species of butterflies including the birdwing butterfly, swallowtail and great Mormon.

 

Bali Butterfly Park is a butterfly park in Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The park is home to some of the rare species of butterflies including the birdwing butterfly, swallowtail and great Mormon.

 

Máscaras en venta.

Vendedora de plátanos en el templo de Tirta Empul.

Jimbaran Beach, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Nikon D850

 

The camera did not do it justice. Digital cameras, even the D850, seem to muddle deep reds no matter the white balance setting. It's as though they can't handle the color space. Maybe I should switch to Adobe RBG. Film would have done it, but my film camera, stupidly, was back in the hotel room.

 

As usual, I've not done anything in post to this image.

  

Bali, Indonesia.

Beautifull sunset on Gili Air

Cette île, par la configuration de ses baies est propice à la culture des algues, dont la demande ne cesse de croître . On voit nettement sur la vue les carrés de chaque utilisateur . Des parcelles bleues !!! il faut un mois entre le repiquage et la récolte .Les barques sont utilisées pour cette opération .Le séchage a lieu près de là, sur de grandes toiles .

Bali Ubud Central Foodmarket

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