It’s been a year since we’ve been to the island of Bali, Indonesia. Up to now, I still haven’t completed my blog series about the trip. Not sure if I’ll be writing about it sometime soon though. Still, let me let me share a few pictures taken by Efraim, budding Indonesian photographer.
July 21, 2012
Jana and I were enjoying the sunset and the wide landscape of Kuta Beach when he took photos of us in our candid moments.
We didn’t realize we were his subject until he showed his captures to us. To which we asked for copies that would serve as memories and in my case, my laptop wallpaper. 🙂
We were in Bali for seven days and one of the things I love about the trip was that the beach was only a 5-minute walk from our guesthouse. Actually, there are a lot of guesthouses and hotels near the beach which cater to different nationalities who go to this island for a vacation.
It may seem crowded especially in the afternoon where people get a tan, practice surfing or just people-watching; but you can still have space all to yourselves. You just have to wait for the right time.
Thank your Efraim for the wonderful photos!
Photos by Efraim of www.saungideefraim.wordpress.com
Check out my other blog articles about my trip to Bali, Indonesia here:
- Seven Days in Bali, Indonesia
- Surfing Wipeout at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia
- Sunset at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia
- Three Kids in an Airport in Bali, Indonesia
- Monkeys and Cliffs in Uluwatu Temple – Bali, Indonesia
- Bali, Indonesia: Getting Photographed in Kuta Beach
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