A Word A Week Photograph : Watch / Menonton


In Bahasa Indonesia, ‘Watch’ has got several meanings. The first is for rolex or we call as ‘jam tangan’ or ‘arloji’. While the second is surely verb, means ‘menonton’, ‘menyaksikan’ or ‘mengawasi’. That’s special for you For this week’s challenge   Watching the monkey? Watching ‘Wayang Potehi’ (Chinese traditional puppet show), Semarang

Weekly Photo Challenge : (Not) Spring / (Bukan) Musim Semi


Indonesia lies directly on the equator line and it has no Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The flowers bloom all year long without being interrupted by season, warmer and never experiences any snows. Though in extreme conditions there will be ice rain in some areas. I just consider spring as a new life and beginning,…

Travel Theme : Close-up/Jarak Dekat


Hi, this is my week’s travel theme.I took these pictures when I was in Bantul, Yogyakarta. I portrayed gender (don’t read jender, but ghenderr). It’s part of Javanese gamelan which is played by both hands and it creates a smooth sound and harmony with other ensembles. Have a nice week-end! Gender 1 (not jender!)  …