Hello everyone, I just returned from a visit to gorgeous Bali and wanted to share some pictures with you. The volcano-enriched soil of Bali is ideal for growing rice, and terraced ricefields are ubiquitous. It was interesting to see fields at different stages of the cultivation cycle. Here are some ricefields vistas: #1 - Just after transplantation #2 - A solitary farmer at work #3 - Rice terraces #4 - Getting ready for the harvest? One is never far away from music and dance in Bali. Here are a couple: #5 - A Kecak dancer. The Kecak dance narrates stories from the Ramayana. #6 - A Barong dancer with his mask And of course there are thousands of temples of all sizes, but generally similar architecture. Almost all temples are very much in use. Here are a couple: #7 - Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, with a temple ceremony about to be wrapped up. #8 - Tanah Lot. This is *the* most photographed spot in Bali (its not hard to see why). The temple is on a rocky outcrop in the sea and can be reached on foot during low tide. Thanks for viewing and I hope you enjoy the pictures!