This is a watercolor on silk, silk which I mounted myself in a scroll mounting class in Taipei. It is a panoramic view on "The Way to Goa Gajah," which is on the island of Bali, up around Ubud, which is where we were on our way from, by borrowed bicycles, to Goa Gajah, a royal grounds that had been hidden in such dense jungle that it wasn't discovered until 1925. To get an idea of the scale of the landscape, the tan spot in the right center foreground is a cow eating hay. The painting itself, the image size, is about 10" high and 15" long or wide.

This is one of the paintings I did after my return, piecing it together from photographs taken on the road to Goa Gajah.