The sheer size of the ancient banyan, set against the traditional Balinese architecture, imposes on the place, heavily and dominantly. In Asian superstition, large trees like this one are believed to be inhabited by spirits. The place is still considered hallowed and traditional flower and fruit offerings, called "canang", are laid on the tree's feet every morning.
the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa, Bali, Indonesia, early morning
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