Alhamdulillah, after all these years, tears and fights, we’ve finally come to this stage and proudly present our wedding website:
Feel free to check out the website, and don’t forget to drop some lines on the guest book (RSVP) page… Thank you
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Vicky, in one solitary corner of a cafe, working on her research, abusing free wifihihihi…
Some people don’t prepare breakfast at home, they like to have it outside. Some other people like to have newspaper for breakfast. Some like them both. Well, these are the pictures of everyday life not far from my home:
So, how do you usually have your breakfast?
The tip given on near and far photo challenge was to use smallest possible aperture to get focus on both near and far end of the image. But instead of doing so, I opted the opposite approach.
One night, I went out street photo shooting with my friend, Rio. This is Rio’s iPhone at the near end, capturing light trails. While at the far end, the light trails are projected on the iPhone screen.
“I live my life a quarter mile at a time. Nothing else matters: not the mortgage, not the store, not my team and all their bullshit. For those ten seconds or less, I’m free.”
~ Dominic Toretto (The Fast and the Furious, 2001)
Interesting topic for this week photo challenge is urban. So here I present you an image of urban life in Surabaya — traffic congestion, even in evenings. Most people prefer to invest their fortunes on cars or motorcycles and flood the roads with the privately owned vehicles since public transportation systems do not suffice their needs of simplicity, flexibility and safety.
Oh wow, the keyword “merge” is not something easy for me to present visually, anyway this is my interpretation for this week photo challenge:
Wedding rings are not only a symbol of marriage, but also to merge two big families.
Wrong: this is jasmine tea beverage, in tetra pak packaging, but branded “Teh botol sosro” – or if translated to english becomes “Bottled sosro tea”.
So where’s the bottle?