Bali's unique architecture style struck me immediately. Compared to all the other places I've been, this style really stands out in the mind. I took these photos while passing by temples and homes. Seeing as how most Balinese are Hindus, their style is strikingly different than Korea, China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, and even Vietnam, which are traditionally Buddhist countries and are all heavily influenced by Chinese architecture style.
If you haven't noticed, I was trying lots of different angles while shooting on this trip. I'm so tired of my boring photos where everything is taken straight on. There's no character. Let me know if I succeeded in taking more interesting shots this time around... If they are too dizzying, let me know too for next time...
I was so fascinated by the stonework in Bali. Every restaurant, temple and even nicer homes had many beautiful statues. They often put their daily offering and incense on or around the statues, as you'll see. Most people in Bali practice Hinduism, unlike the rest of Indonesia which practices Islam. It was so amazing to see a different culture. I'm so accustomed to the Buddhist style that I've seen in every other country I've been to here... it was so refreshing to see something new.
Though I've taken 2 photography courses, I still am far from being a halfway decent photographer. That being said, I do a lot of traveling and I'd like to be able to show off my photos and say "I took this shot" someday. This blog is mainly so I can get critiques from people out there in the world. Please feel free to tell me what you like and don't like. Any help would be appreciated.
A girl on a quest to conquer the world. Mostly living in Korea, but often found in other places, too. Follow my adventures and feel free to ask questions and make comments! smileyjkl (at) hotmail (dot) com