“Paotere in the morning”
I do amaze with Paotere and what people is doing in the old harbour.
I visited the Paotere that morning and I was privileged to be able to talk and involve deeply in daily activities of people from islands and residents of Paotere.
“Filling fresh water into jerry cans and will be brought to islands”
“welders who are scattered in Paotere provide service needed by people from islands”
“a young people from island around Paotere”
“an alley in Paotere neigbourhood”
“pose for a portrait”
“daily life at Paotere”
“the boats at Paotere”
at Pasar Pakem. Yogyakarta
Mbah Wi, 81 years old, posed for a portrait at Punthuk Setumbu Borobudur, Central Java. He is a local villager who always climbs Punthuk Setumbu’s hill every dawn to accompany tourists waiting for sunrise.
a vegetable seller at Pasar Sentul Yogyakarta posed for a portrait.
Small food stall in Pasar Legi Kotagede Yogyakarta is busy with visitors looking for breakfast or coffee.
Borobudur temple is one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world. The Borobudur temple is located in Muntilan, Magelang, and is about 42 km from Yogyakarta city.
Founded by a king of the Sailendra dynasty, the Borobudur temple was built to honour the glory of both the Buddha and its founder, a true king Bodhisattva. The name Borobudur is believed to have been derived from the Sanskrit words vihara Buddha uhr, meaning the Buddhist monastery on the hill. This colossal temple was built between AD 750 and 842: 300 years before Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, 400 years before work had begun on the great European cathedrals.
This sunrise scenery of the Borobudur is seen from Punthuk Setumbu.
a street vendor rest a while,
a biker took shelter from the heat of the sun in the tunnel of Plengkunggading, Yogyakarta.
A man posed for a portrait in Sleman, Yogyakarta.
A girl fell asleep in her mother lap, Alor island.