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Monthly Photos October 2017

Photos taken by ILCAA staff and associates are posted here once a month; most of them are taken during their field research in Asia and Africa.

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Ogoh-ogoh is a statue made for the parade held on Balinese New Year’s Eve. Typically, evil spirits or figures from a mythology are depicted. Gamelan bands, playing an energetic music with loud sounds, accompany the parade.

18 MAR 2007
Bali, Republic of Indonesia.
Photograph by Yukako YOSHIDA

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