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Travel Images For Foto Finish



These photos were taken about a week ago in beautiful Bali. We were out at a fishing village for dinner which was had sitting at a table on the beach watching a fishing boat come in with its catch of the day. The fish meal was beautiful. We were also entertained by a local band which sang several songs right at our table.

I have posted other photos of Bali in previous posts and there are more to come.
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Barbara said…
Lovely images. It looks very relaxing.
Kate said…
Wow! Stunning images!
quiltzyx said…
Dinner had to be wonderful with such views from your table! I can almost smell the ocean....
My garden haven said…
Fantasstic fotos! When we were at that beach, it was past sunset. I missed the photo opportunities there.You should treasure these photos. Really beautiful.

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