Bali Engagement Photography Tegalang Rice Terrace

Bali Engagement Photography Tegalang Rice Terrace

Bali Engagement Photography Tegalang Rice Terrace

Bali Engagement Photography Tegalang Rice Terrace

Last winter I was in Bali to shoot some nice couple. One of those was Olivia & Nuno. We met in Ubud. Ubud is an amazing town on the Indonesian island of Bali; located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines. So I suggest to do the engagement photography in a nice Rice Terrace close where we were.
Those guys were travelling together, in Bali and in Asia too. Olivia was born in New  York city, she start to travel to Indonesia to see if another kind of life was possible. Nuno was born in Portugal and he became a traveller maybe for the same reasons, I guess.
We had an amazing time together and now we are still friend.

When we arrived in the rice terrace we met all the woman working there, it was so funny! For them is not really common to see people kissing each others, and maybe it wasn’t so common to see us there. So we tried to communicate with this women that never stop, they works all they in a rice terrace, under the heavy sun. They wear the typical hat to protect from the sun rays.

I was so happy, everything was new for me and I felt gratefully to travel to Bali, Indonesia to take photos and save memories of this nice couples. You can see other works in beli here.

Enjoy the photos and see you to the next adventure.

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Curiosity: Do you know that Indonesia is the third-largest producer of rice in the world?
Rice was the staple food in the Indonesian diet,accounting for more than half of the calories in the average diet, and the source of livelihood for about 20 million households, or about 100 million people, in the late 1980s. Rice cultivation covered a total of around 10 million hectares throughout the archipelago, primarily on sawah. Read More

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