Apparently, the rice fields in Bali are rather famous, and you can read more about the irrigation of the rice fields by visiting a really nice article on a travel website here and Wikipedia here. I found the terraced rice fields incredibly beautiful, and we didn't even see the ones that are supposed to be "most photogenic." We spent most of our time under water (which was also amazing, but in a different way.) I could see how one could spend so much more time in Bali, exploring more of what this island has to offer.
Despite the lack of photographs from our scuba dives, I have to tell you how much fun we had, especially when we went to the wreck of the Liberty and another dive where we saw garden eels - creepy! I have an eternal love of fish that was greatly reinforced with every dive we did. We only had a few problems - a pair of broken sunglasses, a broken bikini, a watch that went diving and wasn't supposed too.... nothing that couldn't be forgotten with a lounge chair next to the infinity pool. It was a little hard to say goodbye to our resort on Bali, but we knew more adventures awaited.