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Featured Photographer: Randi Ang

Dear readers, I would like to introduce a new monthly feature of this blog: Featured Photographer. The first edition of this post, I am honored to introduce Randi Ang, a young […]

Top Ten Indonesian Food to Try

Indonesia is an archipelago country that consists of more than 17,000 islands. Imagine if each island has its specialty dishes. The Indonesian cuisine has many offerings and is varied! However, there […]

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 […]

Nudibranch: Color Texture

First edition of Monthly Marine Life Nudibranch is a very unique creature that you may find beneath the sea. Nudibranch, according to wikipedia, is a member of Nudibranchia, a group of soft-bodied, […]

The Battle of the Yaki

I am sure most of readers have seen the Sulawesi crested black macaque’s monkey (macaca nigra) selfie. This primate is known as Yaki in their motherland, North Sulawesi (Indonesia). Currently […]

Monochrome Monday: Istiqlal Mosque

Istiqlal Mosque, or Independence Mosque, in Jakarta (Indonesia) is the largest mosque in South East Asia. Across to the mosque there is the Catholic Jakarta Cathedral Church, built in year […]

Summer Lovin’ in Nusa Dua

Sunshine, tropical heat, beach, waves, white sand and corals for snorkeling (or diving 😉 )… Photos were taken in Nusa Dua (Bali, Indonesia) where I had my summer lovin’!

Wayag Islands, the Icon of Raja Ampat

Most of Raja Ampat’s advertising shows the picture of Wayag Islands. This area is without doubt an excellence choice to be the icon of Raja Ampat (West Papua, Indonesia). Wayag […]

Monochrome Monday: Turtle

Taken in Raja Ampat (West Papua, Indonesia). When we found him, he was completely ignoring us – we were four scuba divers back then. I guess he was starving or he […]