I was going to Pulau Umang. I made this panorama picture using automate photo merge action in Photoshop. I noticed there are some color different in the picture. Maybe, I will adjust it one day. 🙂
Anyway, Pulau Umang is an island located at western part of Java, namely Ujung Kulon, Banten. Ujung Kulong is famous with its Java Rhino. To go to this Island, we should go to Ujung Kulon which is around 6 hours driving from Jakarta. We will park our car near the dock. Using speed boat, we will arrive at the island in 15 minutes. The building in the picture is the main hall. We will have breakfast, lunch, and dinner in there. They have a karaoke at night. Love it. During day time, they offered many water sport activities. Snorkeling is quite nice. Air is fresh and water is clean. Facilities are also quite complete. They have jacuzzi. Nice. After you relax and happy in the island, I believe you will have a lot of stamina to drive back to Jakarta to face your routine daily activities. 😀
They have a website. Check it out: www.pulau-umang.com
My friend just came back from his holiday to Israel. He gave me this small plate merchandise Bethlehem Holy Land and some Hershey’s Chocolate. Thank you, Buddy. This is a nice of you. Cheers.
This week topic is Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry. I have been to Kampoeng Strawberry Bungalow and Restaurant at Ciwidey Bandung. I took picture of their stairs in front of the lobby. From this picture, we can see a nice repetition shapes and rhythms which is coming from stairs, pillars, and roof. Additional two strawberry statues give a nice taste on the building structure. Actually, this stairs is quite busy. Therefore, I have to wait until nobody use this stair before I shot it.
For you who want to go to Kampoeng Strawberry, I have shot their poster for more information about them. This place is about one and half hour driving from Bandung City. I can say this is a quite nice place to spend time with family during weekend. Cheers.
I am new in weekly photo challenge. Now I want to participate in this Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects
This picture I name it “Nemo and Nemo”. I took them during my diving journey at Bunaken Manado. It was raining upper water. Hence, there was foggy underwater. I saw all fishes swim away to avoid me that time. However, these two clown fishes were swimming stand still. I dive closer and shot them. Both of them are essential in the picture. For you who don’t know “Nemo” or Clownfish, Clownfish are sequential hermaphrodites, meaning that they develop into males first, and when they mature, they become females. If the female clownfish is removed from the group, such as by death, one of the largest and most dominant males will become a female. The remaining males will move up a rank in the hierarchy. Therefore, there must be “Nemo and Nemo” in the picture because there must be male and female. If we took one, we won’t know it’s male or female. 🙂 So, both of them are essential. 🙂
I joined family outbound at Ciwidey West Java. I stayed at Kampung Strawberry which is around 2.5 hours driving from Bandung. The place is surrounded by Strawberry Farm.