The sun about to rise in Sarangkot

Pokhara was so hazy the whole time we were there, that we could not see the Himalayan peaks from the city. Bummer.  There were only one chance when the haze lifted and Machapuchare was vaguely seen from our hostel balcony. The haze made it like a shadowy giant looming from afar… daunting, but very beautiful…

My First Nepal Trekking

I went to Nepal earlier this May and took this photo I love so much. When everything looked so right together… rugged prayer flags, vibrant red flowers, pastel brick wall and a white window of a shack somewhere in the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. This is maybe not a picture of glorious Himalayan peaks but…

Photo Tale : Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul

I’m not quite an urban explorer kind of traveller. I L. O. V. E. (or worship?) ancient civilisations; their ruins, captivating myths and history (ask why, LOL) but not much of a city lover. I enjoy nature a lot more than modern man-made attraction, let alone a metropolitan (megapolitan?) city like Seoul. Lucky for me,…

Photo Tale: The Castle Garden

I always have obsession on Sakura. It’s a petite flower and really pretty. Though it was an early spring on March last year, I was able to (finally) seeing a blooming Sakura in Japan. Thanks to warmer Osaka I have bunch of photos of them. The magnificent Osaka Castle is showing a little bit here….

Photo Tale: Mother and her baby

One of my favorite shots from my January trip to northern Vietnam. How they hold on to their culture and tradition is one thing to be appreciated. — Salah satu hasil foto favorit saya dari perjalanan singkat ke Vietnam Utara bulan Januari silam. Mereka masih sangat kuat menjaga budaya dam menjalankan tradisi mereka; hal yang…