With an estimated more then 18.000 islands and around 300 ethnic groups Indonesia has many faces and beautiful places.
Ogoh-ogoh statues, that have form of mythological beings, mostly demons are built for the Ngrupuk parade and it is held to chase away malevolent forces at the eve of Nyepi Day in Bali.
Girls carying torches walking in front of a Ogoh-Ogoh statue during the Ngrupuk Parade that precides the Nyepi Day, the day of silence, in Bali.
Hidden away in a gorge upstream there are is a sacred waterfall known as "Air Terjun Bidadari" which literally means "The waterfall of a female angel". Secret Spot - Bali
Dawn breaks over the jungle and plentyful ricefileds in rural Bali.
After descending 509 steps one can listen and watch thousands of litres of water cascading down 50 metres into a beautiful pool.Nungnung - Bali
Ora Beach - Maluku
Traditional fishing boats known as Jukung at dawn.Sanur - Bali
The warm light of the setting sun is bathing the bay of Kuta in its oragne glow.Kuta -Lombok
Karangasam - Bali
Veils of rain moving in from the ocean.Scar Reef - Sumbawa
The first sun rays are pushing back the fog that still is tangled in a group of palm trees.Jereweh - Sumbawa
Low tide on the Scar Reef in Sumbawa.
The Borobudur Temple Compounds in Central Java is one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world, and was built in the 8th and 9th centuries AD.
In the first morning light a farmer on his way to work.Karangasam - Bali
Through cristal clear waters, aproaching the white tropical beach. Seraya Kecil - Flores
Ogoh-Ogoh are statues built for the Ngrupuk parade, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day.
At the slopes of Mt. Batur lays Bali's biggest lake.Kintamani - Bali