In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesian government implemented a large-scale social restrictions or LSSR started in April 2020.
Being a photography enthusiast, I found some obstacles along the way, especially when taking outdoor pictures. It can be quite disturbing. However I shall to look at obstacles in photography as challenges.
While staying at home, I opened my old photo files. Guess what? I found healthy snacks pictures that I took a long time ago. A variety of crispy mushroom chip products!
The coronavirus pandemic was confirmed to have spread in some area in my country. At the beginning, the outbreak affected the middle class and up. People have tend to underestimate the speed of coronavirus transmission. Now, possible community spread sparks fears of wider contagion. The death toll is high. I’m […]
Traditional tales are built by many factors : nation’s ways of thinking, behavior, and off course, moral values. Indonesian tales is somewhat different from Western tales where the good and the evil confront each other. Not all evil is defeated and who’s on the side of evil, by the way?
I’ve been on vacation with my family. Exhausting, but enjoyable in many ways. We’ve both tried as hard as we can to forget about our works and projects for a while and be with the children.
I had plenty of memorable experience of waiting at the airport along with plane delays and overcrowded airport lounges.
I was born and live in the largest archipelagic country in the world, Indonesia. A country with 250 million population live across 17.508 islands.
The picture was taken from the top of a building in Jakarta. In the upper right corner of the image, you can see a small red light flying in the sky. A drone. It’s not mine and I did not fly it.
I saw the view from the Bandung-Jakarta train when it is stopped at a station. My eyes were fixed on a stack of wrecked trains scattered in the station’s yard.