Travel Photography – Tip Ten : Be in the moment

It’s a challenge to stay in the moment and always be ready.

Just shoot and let everything go.  You’ll be surprised by what the universe brings you.

– quote The Daily Post, Photographing our Travel : Tips from Infinite Satori –

The Kecak Fire Dance at Uluwatu Temple, Bali, Indonesia is a trance like dance performed by about fifty men dancing to the sound of the chant.  Cak, ke cak, cak, cak, cak.  The audience sat in the round open stage enjoying the sunset (on a clear day, unfortunately we missed that having visited the temple on a cloudy day) while watching the kecak dance.

The dance is based on a traditional Balinese ritual but was actually created by a German man in the 1930s and based on the famous epic Hindu story of the Ramayana.

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