BALI BAMBOO SHADES - ARQUATI AWNINGS - HALF CIRCLE WINDOW SHADES
Bali Bamboo Shades
- UpSee woven wood shades.
- Also known as Woven Shades or woven woods, these blinds are made of bamboo, jutes or reeds. These window coverings usually can be lined as an option to provide greater privacy.
- Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country's 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island.
- an island in Indonesia to the east of Java; striking volcanic scenery; culture is known for elaborate dances and rituals and for handicrafts
- The Bali are a clan of the Mohyal community, who are found in North India, particularly the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Delhi.
- A mountainous island in Indonesia, east of Java; chief city, Denpasar; pop. 2,856,000. It is noted for its beauty and the richness of its culture
Blinds Bali Wood Blinds Northern Heights 2 Bamboo Slat Bamboo Natural B007
Blinds Bali Wood Blinds Northern Heights 2 Bamboo Slat Bamboo Natural B007 Crafted from North American hardwoods. this particular collection offers a bamboo finish for any decor. Bamboo may have visual inconsistencies in color and grain. these unique characteristics are inherent in this natural material and are not considered defects. Exact color matches cannot be guaranteed. For more design flexibility, traditional 2 slat size includes extensive collection of beautiful stains, paints and decorative options.
Virgin Beach - Karangasem, Bali
Pasir Putih is a five hundred metre long, crescent shaped beach, separated from the rest of the world by green headlands at each end and a steep cliff behind. On the beach are just half a dozen warungs put together from bamboo and palm fronds, serving cold drinks and food, and offering cushioned lounges under umbrellas for hire. At the far end of the beach is a group of traditional, red, blue, green and yellow striped, outrigger fishing boats.
On arrival at the beach, visitors can select a warung and negotiate a menu and time for lunch with the owners. Rather than selecting from the blackboard menu, ask the owners what they have available, as this is more likely to be fresh and in season.
Then it’s into the cool, crystal clear water for a swim. Sections of the bay near the headlands also offer great snorkelling.
After enjoying the ocean, have a soft drink or bintang, the local Bali beer, and watch freshly caught seafood, chicken or traditional Indonesian dishes prepared before you on a makeshift barbecue. Lunch will be served with rice and fresh salads on a white table cloth in the shade of your warung.
In the early afternoon watch as previously unseen local fishermen mysteriously materialise, launch their crafts into the water, unfurl colourful, triangular, curved sails and skim across the ocean, heading out to sea for the day’s catch.
Gia Silk ~ Bali Calendar
Calendar shoot in Bali, Indonesia, for singer Gia Silk.
Natural light (shade)
D3 & 50/1.4G @ f2.8 ~ 1/1250 ~ ISO 200
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