In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Yellow.” Can’t believe I found a sunflower in Bali. Bali it’s not just about beaches and palm trees, after all. Got that?
Some years ago (circa 2006?), Puma distributed leaflets with year-end holiday season as a theme, where I took it from Puma Concept Store in Amsterdam. Instead of publishing fancy photography of new arrivals and limited edition, they shared an instructional content related to several aspects of gift shopping spree to consider. It was
A trailer parked on the side of the street. A bunch of people were busy with setting up cameras and lighting and actors I don’t know their names for a film shooting session. It caught my attention in the beginning as I was walking down the street. But not for long. Outside the
Seldom do I take pictures of people while travelling. I’m just reluctant to trespass other people’s privacy and too shy to ask their permission to pose for me. However, I challenged myself to leave my comfort zone, to capture more people apart from buildings and landscapes. I was glad that I didn’t really
The following is my answer to the challenge on Minimalist: Those who know me know best how much I hate catching a morning flight, especially I’m not completely “awake” and my grey cells are still half-dead. But something happened. Usually, the flight from Jakarta to Yogyakarta only takes 45 minutes. It’s
One morning at The Royal Palace Square in Stockholm. A perfect time to enjoy the breeze, deep fresh air inhalation, and the sound of silence in a place that attracts millions of tourists every year, where the sound of chattering crowds in numerous languages would eventually – inevitably – arrive within an hour
Right. This is not the kind of post I usually do in my blog. However, on the way back home from work, something caught my attention. When I was sitting in the front row of the bus, I accidentally saw the bus driver stepping one of his feet on the black