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Uluwatu is located on the southern end of Bali around a 40 minute drive from the airport. The area was first discovered as a surf spot back in 1972 due to the making of the classic flick Morning of the Earth. Back then the only way to access the wave was to descend through the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple emerging from two rocks at the base of a cave below. It is now considered one of the most famous surf breaks on the island and as a result can often be crowded.

I was lucky enough to spend one week in Uluwatu, both on land and in the water, photographing surfers. If you are in Bali I can highly recommend taking time out of your schedule to hit here.

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Uluwatu Bali

On my way out to the waves I followed this guy and was lucky to capture this photo

Uluwatu Bali

This is one of my favourite portraits of the surfers in Bali. 
I was on my way back to shore and saw this surfer just sitting there enjoying the last minutes of the sunset.

Uluwatu Bali

Sunset at sea in Uluwatu is a magic place and the light is amazing here.

Uluwatu Bali

I just love the vibrant colour of the sky just minutes before the sun sets. Every surfer just has to take one more wave before it’s too dark

Uluwatu Bali

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