In the Frame: Balinese Statues

For me, this image of a statue seen at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay is indicative of the ancient mysticism that seems to pervade Bali:  his role, being to protect the guests at this beautiful resort.

How appropriate therefore that he is sited just outside the “Headman’s” village villa!  The villas at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay are split into small “villages” as it would be in a traditional Balinese community – the role of the headman being in effect, the equivalent to a butler.

Contributor: Alexandra Pinhorn

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