FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

TRIO

Lot of people would love to be surrounded by the loud noise and the dense heat generated from the tangled mass of human bodies around them. Nevertheless, several of us would choose silent places as favourite shelters where human being is just a complementary in the overall context. Those relinquish the solidarity in their nature might be call the outcasts because of extreme independence, high sensibility and poor sense of flattery.

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MAGIC IS IN YOUR FOOTSTEPS

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

BENEATH YOUR FEET

There is a quiet and humble stone statue sitting beneath the shadow of a stone gate inside the famous Tanah Lot temple. Most of the time, the visitors here always looking for the magnificent sunset scene when the sun inflames the sea by a gorgeous red before it goes down behind the sacred temple. Only a few, who would love to errant around the solitary ruins on the cliff can find out a lot of wonderful  things hiding in the silent of spiritual secret.

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SHIP IN A BOTTLE

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

ENVELOPED

During my childhood, there was nothing more romantic than a ship in a bottle. It likes a big dream captured inside a small glass cage so we can hold on to the illusion that some eternal moments would not disappear. People always want to control everything around them even themselves and these little things are dramatic and miserable at the same time.

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THE TIDE OF BALI

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

FORCES OF NATURE

Nature is our loving and unpredictable mother with her magnificent powers which human cannot fully aware of. There is no place on the planet that we can witness this truth more clearly than in Bali, the heaven on earth. It is said that the 2006 Tsunami had extremely damaged Java but Bali stayed safe because of its scared temples which located four directions of the island.
This photo was taken at Tanah Lot temple when aggressive waves screaming and rushing to hit the rocky clift above. Although the hostile sea keeps outraged below, the temple just stays calm and quiet in a windy afternoon on the holy land among the white tides.

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