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2009.03.03

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Meena

The pictures are simply amazing!!!! Love them all!

Ed

The "Sultan's mask maker" photo - that's actually the gunungan, a wayang shadow puppet used to separate scenes and stand in for the forces of nature. If he is a mask maker, he's probably a wayang craftsman as well.

Jodi

Dave...that first pictures is stunning!!...Jodi

Robyn

Meena - Thanks much!

Ed - Thanks for that one, you caught me. This post went up in a hurry and for the life of me I couldn't bring the words 'wayang kulit' to the front of my brain. Changing now.

Jodi - Dave says thanks. And thanks for reading (looking)!

Dave

Thanks folks! Jodi, I saw that wall when we were out walking and thought there's got to be a photo there. Before I knew it the pedicab came through and proved me right. Sometimes you get lucky! Click on the photo for a bigger view.

Jen

Thanks for these beautiful images. Every time I view a new post, it's like a lil trip :)

work from home

Those are some really cool pictures..can I ask what kind of camera you use? thanks

Dave

Work from Home - Thanks. For these shots I used a Canon 5D Mark II. Dave

vicong

what a lovely picture :)

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