Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Mobile snacking unit

There are all sorts of food sellers in Bali and many use these three-wheel carts as mobile food stalls. They can be seen on the busiest streets and highways, in the crowded cities, along a village road and at the beach. I have seen them pushing these carts in the most amazing traffic conditions going with or against the flow. I'm not sure which is better for business. This cart was parked along the beach selling Bakso which is an Indonesian boiled meatball soup.

8 comments:

Physhy said...

I've enjoyed spending time with your Bali journal very much. Thank you for sharing.

winna said...

I sure love the colors you've got there in the meals on wheels---what kind of meat in the meatballs? Wonderful sketch!

dana said...

Jennifer, I have loved your brief time in bali but it would be hard for me not to look forward to the same sort of thing from Maine...and you'll get to see your sweet puppy. It seems to me you've gotten looser with every week you've been in indonesia- always my goal so I'm envious. I love your work, to me it's what watercolor should be and is at its best. thanks for sharing with us.

lyn said...

Wow! Went back through you whole Bali trip! What a great adventure. Liked the dog pics. best. Wonderful work!
Continued Success!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Jennifer, your Bali drawings are excellent. I adre your style and your blog and this one is probably my favourite. Great stuff.

Arty Velarde said...

this is great. I like how you left it white in the background I wil miss the bali sketches

Odd Chick said...

I love your watercolor sketches. I laughed when I saw the man with the gold fish on his bicycle. You've had quite an adventure and your journal is a delight to the eyes.

A Brush with Color said...

This is charming, Jennifer. You should frame a few of these and hang them. I love 'em.