I have visited your web page since my transition from D700 to Leica M9 back 2,5 years ago, but i did not have a chance to participate on your daily inspiration pages which astonishing to see some people photos around the globe.
Today, as I have left Leica M for good (yes, i sold all my Leica Systems) for personal reason and just found out that Leica M9 is not really my “camera for a lifetime”, so I sold them and yes go for mirrorless system Olympus OMD-EM5 after reading your review and having my chance to try out my friend’s OMD before buying it.
These Photos were taken after 2 Months I have my OMD. Myself and 3 other friends visited Bali for this yearly event they always have, called “Makepung”. It is a BullRace with competition rules just like Formula 1, but less round tracks. In Bali, there’s a lot of Tracks for Makepung, and in Delod Brawah, is the longest and biggest Tracks among all of them, and where these two photos were taken.
After hunting some photos at “Delod Brawah”, in the evening before flying back to my home town which is 45 minutes by plane from Bali, we went to have our dinner at “Jimbaran”, the famous place for its seafood. Along Jimbaran, you can find fishermen and their families living among the restaurant along “Jimbaran’s Bay”. For my photo with title “Looking for Sea Shells” this old Balinese woman were digging the sand looking for small shells, as I asked her, it is for their food.
I hope these photos were inspiring enough for your daily inspiration.