February 2012: taken at a souvenir shop in Mines View Park

Bulul is a wooden carved figure that is believed to guard rice crops.


14 thoughts on “bulul”

  1. I like this. I will be releasing a Taiwan gallery on cyleodonnell.com shortly that I think you will like. I found this neat little “flea market” in the south of my city, Kaohsiung, that has a lot of these neat little carvings/figures opportunities.

  2. ok! i’ll keep checking you blog. by the way, i saw the documentary! πŸ™‚ also spread it to my friends, they just went to pinatubo for a trail. πŸ™‚

  3. i wish i could afford an iPhone and iPad. πŸ™‚
    your shots are nice!
    i had a blog before, a personal one, and all my shot was from my then, nokia phone. πŸ™‚

    just want to share, when we started a photography organization, i have no camera at hand, we we’re borrowing from friends and our mentors said “it is not with the tools you use but with the passion and love for photography.” πŸ™‚

    it’s capturing those moments and things we want to remember. πŸ™‚

  4. I like that saying! true that, I tend to go to some pretty crazy lengths to get a good shot. I’ve even had people ask me why I’m hanging upside down with an iPhone in hand lol! the places it takes you πŸ™‚

  5. You bet! I took a ton of pictures this weekend that I will be attaching to my poems and quotes, it’s kind of an addiction. But hey, it’s a healthy one right? πŸ™‚

  6. yes it is πŸ™‚

    keep it up! i’m still browsing your site πŸ™‚
    as for me, i’ll try to organize my thoughts so that my blogs are not that clustered. lol. :))

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