Day 25 of April Landscape Photo Challenge Every sunset is an opportunity to reset. –Richie Norton
Day 22 of April Landscape Photo Challenge Happy Earth Day! Marking the 50th year of the Earth Day, the celebration to honour our planet is mostly through digital platforms, from […]
Day 17 of April Landscape Photo Challenge I missed the 16th day of the challenge, blame it on food poisoning. I have been sick in the past two days, and […]
Day 14 of April Landscape Photo Challenge The impressive texture of the canyon, one of my favourite places for photography. More about the canyon, please visit Antelope Canyon ~ A […]
Day 12 of April Landscape Photo Challenge “If you concentrate on the road too much, you will miss the view and when you do the opposite, you will miss the […]
Day 11 of April Landscape Photo Challenge This beautiful scenery was taken in Black Hills National Forest (South Dakota, USA). I love the view of the lake with the forest […]
Day Six of April Landscape Photo Challenge Located in Mauritius, the Seven Coloured Earths, is a unique sand dune with seven distinct colours (red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple, and […]
Day Three of April Landscape Photo Challenge In early May 2019, I returned to my hometown, Jakarta (Indonesia) after 16 years of living overseas. It’s nearly a year that I […]
Day One of April Landscape Photo Challenge More about this amazing scenery, please visit: Phenomenal Horseshoe Bend (Arizona, USA)
Marking the start of Hindu Balinese “Saka” Year, Balinese honour the first day of the new year, Hari Nyepi, by reserving themselves for self-reflections in silent. All business activities are […]
Cloud Gate or the Bean (it does look like a bean) in Chicago (USA), is truly an impressive sculpture by Anish Kapoor.
A picturesque valley next to Yellowstone River, where the herds of bison are usually seen. Although we did not see many bison on our stop at the valley, the scenery of the Hayden Valley was truly breathtaking.
Numerous geothermal features in the basin that worth to visit. The geothermal features such as thermal ponds, geysers, and mud pots are astonishing, that at the same time remind me there is a supervolcano beneath the surface and it has the power to erupt at any time.
Just around 38 miles from Las Vegas (Nevada, USA), Hoover Dam was included on our trip itinerary when visiting Las Vegas.
We visited the Grand Canyon (Arizona, U.S.) in April when the weather was still a little bit chilly but sunny Arizona helped to warm us up. The Grand Canyon was […]
The most photographed thermal in Yellowstone, Grand Prismatic Spring, is a must see when visiting the Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, USA). In fact, I knew about the Yellowstone National Park […]