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Rice Fields In Bali

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.

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Waves and Rocks, Tanah Lot, Bali

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.

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More From Bali

The view at the Tanah Lot Temple, Bali

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?




Tanah Lot

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Surf 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.