(Weekly Photo Challenge) : The Doors/ Pintu


Which one is your door? Door can be shut or opened Door is your protector Door is also others’ access to you Door is also the way to divine And to eternity Door can tell you many things About past, present and future In life, we’ll always pass various doors N A Chinese Temple entrance,…

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenges : Houses/Rumah


Hi Cee! After vacation, I am back! Here is my collection (sssttt..I forgot where my flashdisk is, it contains of lotza homes! aarrgghh). Location : Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia This is the most iconic building in Semarang called Lawang Sewu (Thousand doors). In the early 20th century, it was functioned as railway office until World…

(Goody Foody Indonesia) : Semarang Styled Lunpia & Bomb Lunpia


Semarang-styled Lumpia Assalamualaikum Wr. Wb everyone! Bello there! After away for a while, let me reappear in this holy month. For Muslims, I’d like to greet you ‘Ramazan Kareem’, while for others I say ‘Have a Nice Day’. Well, I want to share about my experiences during my off-days. Sorry, It’s not offensive especially for…

(Weekly Photo Challenge) : Motion/ Gerak


Motion is gerakan in Bahasa Indonesia Hentak gerak serentak/ Motion at the same time Seirama/ One rythm Bersama/ together Hampir tak bercela / Almost flawless Karena akan selalu ada perbedaan/ As there will always be differences Keragaman/ diversity Dalam satu gerak / In one motion Inilah seharusnya kehidupan/ That’s live we should be in Seperti…

A Word A Week Photo Challenge : Intricate / Rumit


Front Intricate, according to Mr. Dictionary means : very complicated, tangled, complex, detailed etc. For this week’s challenge, I’d share two two years old photos I took in Semarang China Town. I was so lucky to see directly paper house burning or called Co Kong Tik ( I don’t know its Mandarin equivalent). After 100…

(Weekly Photo Challenge) : Descent / Turunan


Candi, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia…extreme way See the sea over there This is why I love Semarang. It is located between two contours, coastal and highland terraces. From its highest point, you can see low city (Kota Bawah) and upper city (Kota Atas) with all its uniqueness. These are some extremity of Semarang…emmm..descent.   Greetings,…

Weekly Photo Challenge : Cover Art/ Seni


  These photos were taken in 2012-2013, in a bus stop in Central Semarang. It was intentionally decorated into patterns in order to make it more attractive and beautiful. I took it when I was waiting for the bus to my workplace. Enjoy it and this is for this week’s challenge. Location : Semarang, Central…

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge : Vibrant Temple


I was so busy recently, so I haven’t been blogging for a while. For this vibrant photo, I just remembered one photo I took in Semarang when I was living there for more than 4 years. This is vibrant colour I took in Gang Lombok Temple where the legendary Semarang Chinatown is located. Enjoy this…

Weekly Photo Challenge : Dialogue/Dialog – Cultural Meeting


Pictures tell all..Then this is why I choose those photos. Not really artistic, but I believe it tells all about the happening. Let me tell you some parts. Special for this challenge     I ever uploaded this photo. But I share it again because it tells about two persons.   This is my good…

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge : Road/ Jalan


These are photos I took when I was still in Semarang, Central Java. Steep road and you’ll see the extremity as Semarang divided into two parts : coastal plain (Kota Bawah/ Lower City) and hilly (Kota Atas/ Upper City). I like its contour, as from some points I can see sea from the hilly parts….

A Photo a Week Challenge : Surprise / Kejutan


Kejutan! Kalian suka kejutan? Setelah mencari-cari di koleksi, ada satu foto yang menurut saya menjadi bagian dari kejutan khusus untuk tantangan kali ini. Foto ini saya ambil tahun 2012 ketika sedang berjalan-jalan di Kelenteng Gang Lombok, Semarang. Anak-anak bermain di pelataran kelenteng dan ada beberapa lilin besar yang dipasang di depannya. Yang membuat saya terkejut…

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