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Wildlife Wednesday: Sloth (Costa Rica)

Costa Rica is well known for its sloths. Home to two species of sloths; the two-toed and three-toed sloths; the country is proudly having the sloth picture on their banknotes. I […]

One Day in Quito

Dutchie and I arrive at midnight in Quito (Ecuador), thankfully, the immigration process goes quickly. Ecuador is one of the friendly countries for Indonesian passport holders; we don’t need a […]

Featured Photographer: Randall Collis

Welcome to the 12th edition of the Featured Photographer monthly post. Please meet Randall Collis, also known with artist name as Dalo Collis. I have been following his blog for years and […]

Dew Droplets Refraction

A break from travel and underwater photography posts 🙂 At the earlier stage of doing photography, I did enjoy the challenge of dew droplets refraction photography. These photos were just few […]

Starry Night over the Entrepothaven

Located in the neighborhood of Kop van Zuid (Rotterdam), Entrepothaven, a yachts harbour, always looks charming at night. Beside of its fame as a neighborhood for the yuppies, this area […]

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 […]

Top 200 on GA World Photo Contest

  A couple days ago I posted that one of my photos was selected by the judges of GA World Photo Contest (GAWPC) as Top 1000 in nature category from […]

Spring Glory

In responding to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring – and may you all have a wonderful weekend!

In Search of A Word

In responding to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters  Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia.

Fernsehturm Berlin

The Fernsehturm Berlin (Berlin TV Tower) is a television tower in Berlin (Germany). It was built in 1965-1969 by German Democratic Republic (East Germany) as Berlin’s symbol. It is located […]

Goa, Stormy Days

Never underestimate August’s Indian monsoon in Goa. We spent our days inside of our hotel most of the time. Stormy days with rain pouring down cats and dogs. No trains […]

The Pink City of India

We left Agra in the late afternoon. Our next visit was Jaipur, five hours by Inner City train from Agra. Arriving in Jaipur late at night and we were so […]

Jaipur’s Street Life in A Day

Jaipur, Pink City, capital of Rajasthan state in the north part of India. Populated with three millions people, living in an ancient city surrounded by old buildings and unique traditions, […]