(Travel Theme): Cenderawasih/Paradise bird -the inspiration


The best thing I had just done (at least for me) yesterday was I could take some pictures of paradise bird, the very endangered beautiful bird which can only be found in The Moluccas and New Guinea. Though I saw it in Baby Zoo, Taman Safari Indonesia, Bogor…but this was the greatest moment I can…

Travel Theme : Wajah/Face


It’s been a long time! I haven’t follow this theme. There are many things I have to do during my hiatus in the event. But now I am trying to return and this week’s theme is so exciting! I’ve got many stocks for face and here are some…can you guess who’s behind the mask? Location…

Travel Theme : Topi / Hat – Kopiah


This type of hat is common among South East Asians, particularly among Indonesians, Malaysians, Southern Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Southern Philippines. It has got many names, such as kopiah (I think it was derived from Dutch word kopje), songkok, or peci. Mostly it is worn in special events or decreasingly daily basis, not just among…

Travel Theme : Centre/ Tengah


Centre is a beginning of many things Headquarters, shopping centre, convention centre and many more. For this theme, I share the centre picture when I walked in an ornamented ceramic floor in Puncak. What did I think about? Elsa! When she ran away from Arendelle and she sang ‘Let It Go’ prior she built an…

Travel Theme : Graceful Paper Ballerina


Just the graceful paper ballerinas Made of paper and combine it with surroundings Just graceful…at least for me. For this week’s theme The paper ballerinas Graceful flying ballerinas

Travel Theme : Unexpected Things around you


Unexpected thing Flooded Who portraits who Anything can happen with you Even while you’re travelling For this week’s challenge Relaxing and chatting on the flood, Semarang, early 2013 Selling on the flood, Semarang, early 2013 Who wants to be portrayed?  Jakarta, 2013 Lemme check mine, do yours,  Jakarta 2013 Tangerang, June 2014

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!)  …

Travel Theme : GLOW/ BERSINAR


Bersinar, berbinar dalam gelap Terangi malam yang menjelang Menjadi pelita dalam gelap Menjadi kawan menjelang lelap Glow, glow in the dark Brighten the following eve Becomes a candle in the dark Accompanies into the dreamland   Special for this travel theme…..here they are Ailsa   Location : Jogjakarta, Indonesia   Glow 1 Glow 2 The…

Travel Theme : Clean / Bersih


Hi, I am here again for joining this theme. For a long time I’ve always shown serious thing, beautiful ones and (little bit) artistic one. But now, let me share some ‘un-artistic things’ in these photos. Yeah, some..but not all…because some others are serious things. Now, let’s see here……for clean!!! Clean feet and water, right?…

Travel Theme : Misty/ Kabut (Mystical Morning at Dieng)


The most amazing moment I ever had was when I visited Dieng Plateau. It is located between Wonosobo and Banjarnegara regencies, Central Java, Indonesia. The plateau also covers other regencies such as Pekalongan, Batang, Kendal and Temanggung. However, most of tourism objects are located in Wonosobo and Banjarnegara. For this travel theme, I choose the…

Travel Theme : Statues/ Patung : Founding Fathers and Dancing Elephant


For this week’s travel theme, I’d like to share two pictures I took during my travelling to Surabaya and also Semarang for the last two years. The first is our founding fathers’ statues (Soekarno & Hatta) in Surabaya and another is dancing elephant in Gajah Mungkur district, Semarang. I laughed a lot when I knew…

Travel Theme : Ancient / Purba (Aztecans can be seen in an Indonesian Temple)


These are photographs I took from my journey to Penataran Temples. It is located in Nglegok district, Blitar, East Java (almost 85 km from my hometown, Malang). It was supposedly built during Majapahit kingdom (between 13-16th centuries). However, there are several scupltures which represent many nations in the world. Some reliefs show African, Middle Easterners,…