Tag Archive: lens-artists

Lake Victoria

When I was residing in DRC, I might say that Uganda was my other home. Beside its location next to DRC, Uganda has a lot to offer, that makes its visitors feel as… Continue reading

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We Picked Bratislava

This week, Tina challenge use to pick a place. To be honest, it was not an easy task, since I found that every place is special and has its own character. When I… Continue reading

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Let Me Take You To the Egyptian Countryside

PJ Harvey said, “People have a tendency to see country life through rose-colored glasses. Country life offers so much beauty that people always tend to forget about the hardships and problems that hide beneath… Continue reading

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Dreamy African Land

This post is contribution for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge and Wordless Wednesday.

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Prison Island, It Never Was A Prison

What do you think when you hear the name of the island? That must be a place with full of prisoners, but it is not. Prison island or Quarantine island or in local… Continue reading

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Tree

“In a forest of a hundred thousand trees, no two leaves are alike. And no two journeys along the same path are alike” – Paulo Coelho Kindly enjoy some varieties of tree that I… Continue reading

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Penglipuran, My Favorite Village in Bali

Bali is not only well-known for its beautiful nature and panoramic. In addition, the island is also famous as a place where the culture and local wisdoms still apply. Since the 9th century,… Continue reading

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WildLife From Around The World

This week, Tina challenged us to show some wildlife around us. I would love to show some wilderness I witnessed during my travel. Here they are: These photos are presented to participate in… Continue reading

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The Seagull, The Delicate Creature I Miss The Most

  These photos are my contribution to Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge and Wordless Wednesday.

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Kuzguncuk, A Village of Harmony

Kuzguncuk is one of neighborhoods in Istanbul that I highly recommend to visit. Exploring this small village is a must for Istanbul residents in order to escape from the daily routine without having… Continue reading

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Marabou Stork, The Unofficial National Bird of Uganda

Marabou Stork is often referred to as Unofficial National Bird of Uganda. Every time I visit the country known as the Pearl of Africa, I would see this bird species almost everywhere in… Continue reading

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St. Anthony of Padua Church

The place I lived was only couple of steps from the famous Istiklal Street in Istanbul. I could not count how many times I passed this street for leisure, shopping, watching the street… Continue reading

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Jimbaran Beach

I have been living in Bali for almost three months. I choose to live in Jimbaran  due to some reasons. First of all, it is closed to the beach. After living in Ubud… Continue reading

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Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

“Architecture is about experience, not only visual but also what you can touch, what you can feel” – Ma Yansong. To mark the thirtieth of reign of Sultan Qaboos, a breath-taking work of… Continue reading

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Take A Closer Look At Flora and Fauna

“Come right up close to me and I will show you something wonderful” – Roald Dahl. As contributions for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge for this week, I would love to show you some… Continue reading

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Enjoying Nature At Sangeh Monkey Forest

This week, Patti from P.A. Moed invited us to show the nature surrounds us. For this challenge, I will show the nature I enjoyed recently at Sangeh Monkey Forest, still from the island of… Continue reading

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Shadows

“If you dont have any shadows you’re not in the light” – Lady Gaga. My contributions for this week of lens-artists challenge. I present some shadows taken from various places. For more shadows,… Continue reading

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Scenic Landscape of Balangan Beach

“If you want to go to quite beach, you may try Balangan Beach” said Ketut, the guy who works at the guest house where I am staying in for a moment. I told… Continue reading

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #29: Cityscapes

“This city now doth, like a garment, wear the beauty of the morning; silent bare, ships, towers, domes, theatres and temples lie open unto the fields and to the sky; All bright and… Continue reading

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Enjoying the Curves Through Bali Rice Fields Terraces

“In life, as in art, the beautiful moves in curves” – Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton. This is my second visit to Bali. The first visit I did ten years ago with one of my… Continue reading

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