Snapshots from the Elephant Cave

15 Jan

One of the places visited in Bali was Gua Gajah in Ubud. It’s a Hindu cave-temple-sacred-jungle place. Gua Gajah means Elephant Cave. The dense jungle, fountains and temple ruins made for an interesting different and beautiful landscape, take a peek for yourself:

And last but not least a group photo in front of the entrance to elephant cave.

2 Responses to “Snapshots from the Elephant Cave”

  1. Rozbeh Zavari January 15, 2012 at 7:54 pm #

    Great picture, and amazing location you have found… :)… want kind of camera and lens do you use?…

    • Nicole January 19, 2012 at 1:08 pm #

      Hey there! Thanks for checking out my blog. I use the Canon Rebel T2i and the standard kit lens that came with it…still learning how to use the thing but I’m having fun in the process!

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