These children sure know how to have fun in a waterfall

KIDS PLAY IN WATERFALL

Wat-er game these kids are playing, right in front of a giant waterfall!

In pictures that look more like a team of synchronised swimmers, four young boys use colourful jugs, umbrellas and banana leaves to create choreographed splashes in the water.

The whole scene is played out in front of a towering wall of water in the Unda river on Bali Island, Indonesia.

PIC BY AWS ZUHAIR/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A group of four children holding umbrellas jump in sync in front of a waterfall. ) - Wat-er game these kids are playing, right in front of a giant waterfall! In pictures that look more like a team of synchronised swimmers, four young boys use colourful jugs, umbrellas and banana leaves to create choreographed splashes in the water. The whole scene is played out in front of a towering wall of water in the Unda river on Bali Island, Indonesia. Electrical Engineering PhD student Aws Zuhair Sameen, from Iraq, took the summery snaps on a trip to the country. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC BY AWS ZUHAIR/CATERS NEWS – A group of four children holding umbrellas jump in sync in front of a waterfall. 

Electrical Engineering PhD student Aws Zuhair Sameen, from Iraq, took the summery snaps on a trip to the country.

The 27-year-old, who currently lives in Malaysia, said: “I had seen many photos from Indonesia of children playing in the water. It’s very popular there, and I asked an Indonesian photographer I know if I could do something similar.

PIC BY AWS ZUHAIR/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A group of four children holding bamboo leaves move in sync in front of a waterfall. ) - Wat-er game these kids are playing, right in front of a giant waterfall! In pictures that look more like a team of synchronised swimmers, four young boys use colourful jugs, umbrellas and banana leaves to create choreographed splashes in the water. The whole scene is played out in front of a towering wall of water in the Unda river on Bali Island, Indonesia. Electrical Engineering PhD student Aws Zuhair Sameen, from Iraq, took the summery snaps on a trip to the country. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC BY AWS ZUHAIR/CATERS NEWS – In pictures that look more like a team of synchronised swimmers, four young boys use colourful jugs, umbrellas and banana leaves to create choreographed splashes in the water. 

“He told me of this village and took me there, as he knew the boys and they have been photographed before.

“I had to pay the boys as well, of course.

“I was worried about the weather because in the south east of Asia it rains an awful lot, but I was really lucky and it was a nice sunny day.

PIC BY AWS ZUHAIR/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A group of four children holding umbrellas jump in sync in front of a waterfall. ) - Wat-er game these kids are playing, right in front of a giant waterfall! In pictures that look more like a team of synchronised swimmers, four young boys use colourful jugs, umbrellas and banana leaves to create choreographed splashes in the water. The whole scene is played out in front of a towering wall of water in the Unda river on Bali Island, Indonesia. Electrical Engineering PhD student Aws Zuhair Sameen, from Iraq, took the summery snaps on a trip to the country. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC BY AWS ZUHAIR/CATERS NEWS – The whole scene is played out in front of a towering wall of water in the Unda river on Bali Island, Indonesia. 

“The village was not the easiest to reach, and it was incredibly hot, especially in the direct sunlight.

“But it worked out and I’m really happy with the result.”