Photos from Bali Trip: Part 2 (Uluwatu Temple Sunset Tour + Nusa Dua)
I have been so busy lately shooting 3-4 times a week! The rest of my week has been filled with non-stop meetings and emails. I haven’t really had the chance to keep up with everything! I’ve been working day and night and don’t even have the chance to eat properly. My husband has been wonderful – picking up groceries and always making sure I have food to eat! Sometimes he’ll prepare food and even clean up afterwards while I spend all my time at the computer trying to keep up with all the work that is piling up at my desk. Thank you babe for your support!
I’m truly appreciative of all the love that everyone has given me! This busyness is all due to the amount of people who have fallen in love with our work and have been non-stop requesting us to photograph them! Although I haven’t had a moments rest, I have so much gratitude for all this love. THANK YOU!!!!
Because I have been so busy, I haven’t had the chance to post the rest of my photos from our Bali trip for our wedding! Since then, my husband and I have done so much and I want to share so much more. This is a continuation from my last post from our trip: Photos from Bali Trip: Part 1 (Our stay at Gending Kedis + Mount Batur Hike).
The day before our wedding, Elliott and I wanted to host a Welcome Dinner for all our guests by doing the Uluwatu Temple Sunset Tour. It was great to get together with everyone before the wedding so that we could spend as much time with them as possible! Everyone flew in from all over the world for our wedding and we wanted to welcome and thank them. We knew that on a wedding day, we would only be able to spend such little time with everyone. So the dinner was really nice for everyone to get to know each other as well.
Uluwatu was actually the place where we were going to have our wedding. We picked this part of Bali because it is so interesting with the incredible cliffs and the best sunset views. Uluwatu Temple was so neat, sitting on the edge of a cliff. Everyday at sunset, a Kecak dance is performed and was quite interesting. It was a performance like no other. Afterwards, we enjoyed a seafood dinner on the beach in Jimabaran.
This whole time we were staying in Jimabaran which is on the west side of the island. After our wedding, Elliott and I stayed in Ayodya Resort in Nusa Dua for our “mini-moon” on the east side of the island where we could enjoy the sunrise instead. Again, a big thank you to my husband for getting up at 6am and photographing me at sunrise! It was so worth it.Beach sunsets and sunrises are so beautiful to photograph! So many incredible colours and clouds. I love interesting skies, you just don’t know what you’re going to get every day! Looooovee.
On our last night in Bali, we hung out poolside. One of my favourite photos from our trip was the one at the pool. We were waiting for our taxi to pick us up from the airport and Elliott thought it would be neat to draw with light (from his iPhone) around the pool. It was a spur of the moment thing and it came out so well especially with the moonlight dead right in the centre.
Our wedding day went by so quickly and we have so many amazing photos to share from our photographer. I will share them in our next post for the last part of this three part Bali series! Stay tuned!