Bali Traditional Wedding
This traditional wedding took place in the country at the hone of the bride. The bride and groom are sitting at the front of the group picture.
Traditional Balinese dancer is giving out flowers to people in the audience at a traditional dance ceremony.
One of the local villagers at the wedding.
The bride is beautiful in her traditional bridal costume and hair dress.
Poolside in Paridise
Beautiful gardens and pool at the Bali Purnati Center for the Arts. The Center hosts artists residencies and is available to the general public for short term stays.
Resting While Waiting
An older individual is resting prior to attending the royal funeral.
An older woman carries a basket full of her merchandise that she will be selling on the street.
The tower is where the casket containing the royal family member who died is placed. The bull will be the esophagus where the royal family member will be placed to be cremated.
Backside of the Funeral Tower
Tower is carried down the street on the shoulders of the Royal family's workers toward the place where the cremation will take place.
Tower Joined to the Stairs
The stairs and the tower are join together in preparation for the Royal family member in his casket to be carried down.
Passing the Casket Down the Stairs
Royal family workers move the casket of the Royal household down the stairs to be moved to the funeral pyre.
Laying the Body on the Funeral Pyre
Members of the royal family gather at the top of the funeral pyre move the body from the casket.
Burning the Body
After the body is paced in the bull, the family and workers get down from the stand and it is pulled back. The bull is ignited and the body is burned.
Family in Ubud say hello as we are driven by them on the street.
A man is walking to work in bare feet carrying a pick and his lunch.