Split photoshoot of Manado Tua volcano with the surrounding reefs
Name : Fredi Y Tansari
• Category : Public
• Brand and model of camera used : Nikon D80
• Location where the photo was taken: Manado
Monday, June 29, 2009
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Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Local hawkers in Kuta beach Lombok. They can be very annoying for the tourists as they won't leave and very persistent to get you to buy their merchandise, but try to keep in mind that they're actually nice kids just trying to make some small money to survive the poverty in Lombok.
Monday, June 22, 2009
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Sunday, June 14, 2009
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The photo was taken on Naripan Street in Bandung, near Braga Street, one of the old Dutch building area that still survive in Bandung. The interesting part is that the government don't give a damn about old buildings and the environment near by. As you can see there is a lot of mess like the electric cable on the roof, so ugly. But that's Indonesia, nothing perfect, but I like it. Near this building is another building called "Merdeka Building", means building of freedom. This building is so important as it was used for the Asia Africa Conference back in 1955.
Friday, June 12, 2009
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Tuesday, June 09, 2009
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Wednesday, June 03, 2009
the photo was shot at a wood carving art atelier in the village of Kemenuh, Bali/Indonesia.
Incredible what these artists can create with lots of fantasy and simple tools!
The photo was shot during our holidays on Bali (and Java) this May.
We had a great time, Indonesia is a country with great landscapes and very nice people. I should know, my wife has Indonesian parents :-)
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
Lawang Sewu was built in 27 August, 1903 in the heart of Semarang City, Central Java, Indonesia. The building had many doors then people called it : Lawang Sewu, means thousands doors.
Lawang Sewu has used as an office of Nederlands-Indische Spoorweg Maatschappij (NIS). After the independence of Indonesia, the building used by PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Train Office).
This building has a special history during the Japan colony in Indonesia. Lawang Sewu is one of 102 heritage properties that should be protected in Semarang city.
The building is empty now, you can visit while you visit Semarang. The entrence ticket is very cheap, less than $ 1.00. There are many of beautiful angle for photography. I was there last year with my family. We walked from room to another room for about 1 hour. Even the atmosphere inside the building is quite eerie but
there were a lot of amazing corner that I could captured by my Canon 400D. Enjoy another picture inside Lawang Sewu on my Flicker page.