Some my photo from Ghost Dance Series was published in Bali And Beyond Magazine March 2012, thanks for the Bali And Beyond Magazine for give me a chance again to become contributor.
Friday, May 4, 2012
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Last year I go to Tamblingan Lake to finish my photography college assignment. Tamblingan Lake is a tourist area that is located on the northern slopes of Mount Lesung, Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng Regency, Bali. This lake is one of the three twin lakes that formed in a large caldera. In the east there is a row of Buyan Lake and Beratan Lake, flanked by the surrounding forest and because its location in the highlands make the environment in this Lake become so cool. As one of the natural attractions, Tamblingan Lake was not developed to the modern tourism in order to preserve nature and the environment in this Lake. This place also a lot of used to camp, nature conservation and trekking adventure. For you who like the adventure, Tamblingan Lake is a perfect place that you have to visit to add your experience in Bali Island. This area is encircled by green hill, small mount, close and big forest tree, cold air and mist. Tamblingan Lake as other lake in Bali also owns the immeasurable fish habitat where clear water very suited for fish. The main attraction of this place is not only its natural charm, but also because of the many temples that save the history and development of civilization and culture of Bali especially regarding the establishment and development of the Tamblingan Village.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Hello all, how are you today? I hope you all fine.
Two months I have not post anything on this blog, it's because I'm busy with college activities. A lot of what I experienced, especially from the month of December 2011 to early january 2012, from bad weather in Bali that makes me rarely get out to photograph but today the weather was sunny although the wind was blowing hard in bali
Monday, November 28, 2011
Some My photos featured at Soul Of Bali photo exhibition which was held from 29 November Until 2 December 2011 in Hypermart Mall Bali Galeria, if you currently in Bali please come and see.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Siat Sampian or young coconut leaf war is an oldest and unique tradition in Bali, which is usually held in the Samuan Tiga Temple, but I photograph this tradition at the Gianyar Art Festival a few months ago. Normally this tradition started with surrounding the area of Samuan Tiga Temple as much 18 times, divided into five rounds with different movements then the women [ premas ] and man [ parekan ] broke away to pray after that they take a young coconut leaf and started this unique ritual, the purpose of this ritual is a overview to the people that sense of togetherness is the solution to resolve conflicts between people