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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Captured in Gothenburg, Sweden: Sunset Silhouette. Have a lovely weekend!
In less than 24 hours I will fly to Jakarta, visiting my family and later on I will continue for a diving trip in a boat (liveaboard) to Raja Ampat. […]
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 […]
In responding to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring – and may you all have a wonderful weekend!
In responding to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia.
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 […]
In responding to Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold -A bride’s story-
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 […]
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, 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, […]