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Category: Monochrome Monday

Monochrome Monday: El Castillo

El Castillo or Temple of Kukulcan is the center of archaeological site of Chichén Itzá, one of the largest Maya cities.  Chichén Itzá is located in the eastern part of Yucatán state in Mexico. This […]

Muay Thai

It was Dutchie idea to watched Muay Thai Fights and our hotel in Phuket recommended us a competition at Bangla Boxing Stadium (Patong, Phuket). Personally, I do not like any fighting […]

Valencia Beach at Night

It was Saturday night when we visited the beach area in Valencia (Spain). The beach was long, wide and huge. And it was not busy at night. The beach boulevard […]

The Eye of Knowledge

  One of amazing architecture designs by Santiago Calatrava together with Félix Candela: Hemispheric Planetarium in Valencia (Spain). With the building’s reflection on the surrounding water pool, the building, and its reflection becomes […]

Monochrome Monday: Caught in the Act!

100th post! I can’t believe that finally my blog post reached to three digits number. And this is my 15th Monochrome Monday post! Having weekly post like Monochrome Monday motivates […]

Monochrome Monday: Balinese Swastika

I took this swastika picture from the wall of Balinese Hindu Temple, Goa Lawah Temple. The Temple is famous for its Bat Cave. I was told by a Balinese guard of […]

Humanity in Monochrome

I started taking pictures in year 2002 using an analog camera.  On the first years of photographing, human interest photography was my favorite subject. It was not an easy subject […]

Monochrome Monday: A Photographer

Taken in De Rotterdam at 42nd floor, Office Tower. Beautiful city view  of Rotterdam from this height. I was joining a tour to explore the building during the World Port […]

The Sustainable Rotterdam

One thing to respect Rotterdam is its local government efforts to develop the city as one of sustainable cities in Europe. One of their first actions is by having 10,000 m2 […]