The First Color Photos of Bali, Indonesia in 1920s (NSFW)

vintage everyday: The First Color Photos of Bali, Indonesia in 1920s (NSFW).

1928, Bali, Indonesia — The Balinese performing their ceremonial Lion Dance — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis

1928, Bali, Indonesia — Balinese dancers pose for a picture before their performance — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
1928, Bali, Indonesia — Two Balinese men prep chickens to fight each other for entertainment — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
1928, Bali, Indonesia — Balinese priests dressed in costume for their sacred lion dance — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
1928, Bali, Indonesia — A child preformer dresses in costume for a role in an island play — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis


1928, Bali, Indonesia — A nine-year old dancer in her gilded crown and costume — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
1928, Bali, Indonesia — A Balinese man carries pots with a potent drink to be sold at market — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
Bali, Indonesia — Two Balinese women carry temple offerings of fruit on their head — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
ca. November 1937, Bali, Indonesia — A woman leans against a stone platform where offerings are made — Image by © Maynard Owen Williams/National Geographic Society/Corbis
1928, Bali, Indonesia — Balinese women pose for a National Geographic photographer — Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis
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