(Travel Photo of The Day) : Orange Blessing


One thing I saw during Lunar New Year celebration sermon in St Maria de Fatima Church Toasebio, Jakarta was orange blessing. After offering and communion sessions, the bishop went to the dozens of orange boxes in order to bless them. It consisted of three oranges inside the plastic bag and it’s believed to symbolize sweetness…

(Weekly Photo Challenge) : Imitating Doraemon, or Pocong?


For this week, it is so intriguing for me as I have to find out some photos related to this theme. These photos were taken near Bundaran HI (HI roundabout) Jakarta, where some people mimicked anything (such as famous cartoon characters) for getting some money. It’s creative and lovely, though some are little bit scary…

(Tuesday’s Photo) : KEMBALI / COMING BACK


When The Eid celebration was over Everyone who return home for celebrating it has to come back Come back to their place where they work, live and face daily problems Far away again from the beloved ones While bringing new things, new goods, even newcomers Which brings urbanization Many of them only have brave Sometimes…

(Friday’s Photos from Indonesia) : Beauty on The Cart


You can still find this in various parts of Indonesia. You can buy any beauty stuffs from bobby pins, powder puffs, bandeaux, earrings, necklaces (surely all are imitations) and other accessories which are mostly from China. Even you can buy women’s bra on the cart and sold by moving vendors. Yeach, cheap way to be…

(Saturday Night’s Photo) : Little Gas Station


This is my first Saturday night’s photo. I took this this afternoon on the way visiting my aunt. Incidentally I found this ‘gas station’ in a housing area in Tangerang, Banten. It mimicked ‘Pertamina’ (Government owned petroleum company)’s gas station, and the name became ‘Pertamini’. Creative and funny for me. Location : Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia