A Moment in Time

 In Arts

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TONY VAN DEN HOUT

Doing photography has given me an opportunity to record certain images that will preserve a “Moment in Time.” Living in Bali has presented endless scenarios and experiences I feel is unmatched anywhere in the world.

Its living culture never ceases to amaze me. Colorful, intriguing, and engaging; never a dull moment. The Balinese have a love for the spectacular and dramatic. This is an open invitation for us who love the visual language of ceremony.

All this time living in Bali, I never thought about coffee and was so so surprised with the results I got. I now never stop looking for coffee at ceremonies, private or religious.

TONY VAN DEN HOUT comes from Netherlands and has been living in Indonesia for the last 40 years. In conjunction with photography, he runs a successful antique business.

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Ibu dagangkopi (coffee seller) since she was a maiden ‘till now as a Grandmother... and still loves it. Great storyteller as well
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Gambelan Juice (coffee) the orchestra never seems to function until they have a Coffee
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During preparation for Funerals the deceased is provided with both meals complete with a hot Coffee
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“Lets get a coffee in the temple’s kitchen.”
“Eh ok. But I actually don’t like coffee.”
“Just pretend, my best friend. One day you will.”

A Traditional Method for Making Coffee Part 2
The Rwa Bhineda Of Bali Coffee Culture


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