This photo was taken more than 35 years ago, when my grandpa celebrated his 50th birthday. Yes, of course, the woman in the photo is my grandma. They both have passed away, but the memories of their love forever remain. Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Can you feel the love?
Hi.. Good morning everyone. This morning let me be your Tour Guide for this walking tour of Phnom Penh. This city once known as The Pearl of Asia. Its name figure out how beatiful this city in the past time and the beauty still remains until now. This city is also known as "The four faces" or… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Walking Tour Phnom Penh
We call it : cabe Katokkan (Katokkan Chili). Its binomial name is Capsicum annuum L. var. sinensis. It looks like bell pepper but with smaller size. They have different colour : green, orange, and red. But although they have different colours, they have similarity : they are super hot and will make you cry when… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Katokkan Chilli
Lasem, a small town in Rembang, Central Java, is believed to be the place where immigrants from China built thier first settlement in 14th to 15th century. The picture above shows the Weathered house located at Dasun Street, Soditan Village. They have survived for centuries of long history and political changes. Please come to Lasem, and listen… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Weathered Houses of Lasem
For this first challenge in 2018, I choose this picture : And I choose this quote to be remembered troughout this year : Growth is painful. Change is painful. But, nothing is as painful as staying stuck where you do not belong. (N. R. Narayana Murthy)
For me.. This is my most favorite photo of this year. Taken in "Taman Mini Indonesia Indah" (Mini Park of Beautiful Indonesia) several months ago. In this park, the Catholic Church Saint Catarina were built beside the Pangeran Diponegoro Mosque. I love this picture because it captured a beutiful hope for this country : to live… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Pace e Bene
Its name is Kamay Ni Hesus, a pilgrimage destination in Lucban, Philippines. It is well known for the steep hill named Via Dolorosa Grotto (Stations of The Cross). You need to take 300 steps to the top to reach the peak of the hill and meet the 50 ft Risen Christ Statue. His hands spread… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Ascend