Bali

Jemeluk Fisherman Amed Beach   Boy Playing in the Sand at Melati Ceremony  Fishing Boats on Amed Beach   Making a Monster  Cow Bath  Balinese Boy on the Beach at Sanur  Melati Celebrations on Sanur Beach Jemeluk Fisherman Jemeluk Fishing Boat Returning  Iseh Rice Terraces  Reflection in Ubud Rice Field Monster Studio  Rice Field on Sideman Road Bali   Boy in the Sand at Melati Ceremony  SanurRice Fields in Early Evening at Ubud  Ubud Toil  Rice Farmer Tirtagangaa  Rice Fields of  Ubud  Offerings for Melati  - Hindu New YearSoil Carriers of Ubud  Monster Workshop Ubud Rice Plants
The original, traditional Bali can still be found far away from the over developed resort areas of the southern coast. You need to be prepared to forgo the beach culture and explore the central, mountain areas and the far eastern area. The people in these areas are often poor by western standards, many have rice farms and live in a beautiful, unspoilt landscape. Their strong, community belief and practices of Balinese Hinduism,    is the structure in their lives.