Colors of Bali
My Infoblox amigos and I were on this really cool cultural tour of Bali back in March…right outside the city of Ubud. The cars had dropped us off and gone about a quarter of a mile up the road to park……not a whole lot of street parking in Bali. I took about 20 minutes and went exploring along this seemingly endless tea field.
It was the rainy season…. as I soon found out. Rain in Bali doesn’t seem to last very long, though, so I stuck my camera under my jacket and kept moving….waiting for it to pass.
In the middle of this huge green field was this little temple-looking-thing of red flowers. I don’t know what it was but I would bet it had some kind of spiritual significance to the Balinese people. I only had a wide lens so this is a crop from a much larger picture.
By the way, if anyone is planning a trip to Bali, get in touch with Wan at Stunning Bali Tours http://www.stunningbalitours.com/) Driving in Bali is pretty much impossible for tourists……and Wan took us everywhere. He even got to our hotel at 3am one morning so that we could make the 2 hour journey north to Kintamani before sunrise. Without him, we would have missed half of what we saw. You can reach him on his company website or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/one.ft.deasy).