Les jumeaux d’un village des tribus montagnardes en Thaïlande du Nord.
Balinese oil painting from 2011 paint by Dian Umbara.
I spent lovely days in Mae Sariang area. The Karen hilltribe people live in the lush, green hill country located 4 hours drive from the city of Chiang Mai.
The rain season has begun in Thailand. The Karen spend entire days working on the fields. During the day mostly old women sit on a porch their wooden houses. The time of festivals and holidays come in December.
We stopped our motorcycles and straightened our limbs. We were riding from Kuta in Lombok to Sumbawa Basar in Sumbawa. After a two-hour ferry crossing we had still a pretty nice distance to the main town in west part of the island.
The girl with her grandmother and relatives was interested in conversation. She had never met any tourists.
The girl in traditional Akha garb visiting Chiang Mai.
Half naked Balinese girl in bed.
Her disproportionate, square head makes the painting out of the realistic trend so popular in Bali.
Pastel colors, peace ambience and naive drawing dominate the canvas.
Un portrait d’une femme. Elle collectées des pierres pour la vente sur une plage volcanique noire près de Sanur.
I met the woman with eminent wrinkled face in Mas, the place located in Central Bali.
I made one day vacation during my stay in West Sumba. I stopped looking for the tombs and visiting the charlatans. I rode a motorbike in search of beautiful beaches and exploring small villages with nice inhabitants.
Old Lepcha man met on the road to Pelling.
I offer him a cigarette. Many Indonesians are chain smokers. The cigarette factories belong to the richest people in Indonesia. Jakarta governemnt receives the huge revenue from tabacco tax. It seems that everyone is happy, except those people dying with cancer.
Javanese woman runs her business successfully. New settlers in Flores enjoy steady support from Jakarta.