Two years ago I lead a workshop in Bali. We visited some amazing location and one of these was the Tanah Lot Temple. This temple is joined to the land by a rock and can only be accessed at low tide. Sunsets here are spectacular.
When you think of Bali you probably think of beaches and resorts. Bali is so much more. As you get into the interior of Bali you discover temples and small picturesque villages. Then there is the coastline and interesting beaches and cliffs. This part of the coastline where I was trying out some long exposures.
I have finally made it back to the USA. What a trip. There was a typhoon in Hong Kong and as a result flights were cancelled and it took an extra 3 days to come home. Always good to be back and it won’t be long before I am off again. Todays images was made at Tegallagang rice terraces near Ubud, Bali. Pretty cool place with terraced rice fields. One of the many interesting places I visited in Bali last week.
Well, my adventure to Bali is over and I have at least made it to Hong Kong where the internet is better and I can start to do uploads to blogs and Facebook again. The Bali trip was for a PODAS Photo Workshop I was leading for Chinese photographers using Phase One cameras. We had a great time and a great group. Bali is certainly a different and lovely island. Getting home has been a hassle because Hong Kong my airport for connections was hit by a typhoon and it really messed up flights. In any case even though I am coming home a few days late I am coming home. I fly all day tomorrow with a 16 hour flight from HK to Detroit and then a short flight to Indy. It will be nice to be home. This image is a simple image that I just liked. It was taken at Tanah Lot Temple and is just waves and rocks. I used a neutral density filter to slow exposure and add to the drama. Lots more images to come.
This has been a typical PODAS workshop non-stop week. The workshop has gone well and we have visited and photographed many amazing things. I’ll post more as I get a better internet connection. For now enjoy this sunset photo at Tanah Lot which is temple by the sea. Did I mention there are a lot of temples in Bali?
I have been in Bali for a few days now. I will be here through Saturday hosting a PODAS photography workshop for Phase One Chinese customers. We have a great group and like all PODAS workshops we have a non-stop schedule. This morning we shot a sunrise at a point of land in Bali that allowed us to capture crashing surf. I used a neutral density filter and went of long exposures and this is one of the better images that I caught. I was tricky because it was hard to predict when the waves would come. Shot with a Phase One IQ180 camera. If my posting are not so regular please accept my apologies as the schedule is tight and internet connections spotty.