and can you spot the pollen grains? #nofilter #flower #nature (Taken with Instagram)
because my #xperiaactive can go underwater ;) at gili meno, lombok #underwaterphotography #travel (Taken with Instagram)
pretty flower blossomed on the dirty pavement. #travel #bali #ubud (Taken with Instagram)
Bromo jeep club at Mt bromo park, Probolinggo, East java. (Taken with instagram)
off to stasiun bandung. Train ride starts tonight. First stop jogja <3 (Taken with instagram)
Sunset at sewage oxidation ponds (shit ponds), Tutong. Brunei Darussalam. Taken December 2011. This is last place on earth i wanna spend my 12 hours at for field work. But when the sun goes to sleep, beauty wakes up :)
Every single thing that happens, has been written in His Luh Mahfuz. Believe Him, they happened for a reason. (:
Jeongbang Fall, Jeju Island, South Korea. Taken winter December 2010. This is the only waterfall in Asia that falls directly to the ocean. There is an inscription in the rock next to the water fall saying “Seoubul wangcha” (seobul passing by this place) inscribed probably during BC 259-210.
Angkor wat temple, Siem riep, Camboadia. Taken May 2011. Woke up at 3am, went there at 4 and waited for the sunrise at 5 at angkor temple. Tickets to angkor city cost 20 usd for a day visit and 40usd for 3 days visit. But all is worth it :)
Ta Phrom Temple, Angkor, Siem Reap Cambodia. Taken May 2011. I know i’ve been absent from tumblr for quite a while. I’ve been to Jeju island and Seoul (South Korea), Bali (Indonesia) and Siem Reap (Cambodia) since my dormancy in Tumblr. I guess i’ll be back with more pics soon :)
Done. Do reccomend me too under travel :) thanks.
Kraton compund jogja. Taken June 2010.
I’ve got to admit, i miss Jogja a lot and Indonesia alot. Hope friends i got to know over there are fine. Can’t wait for my next semester break!
Nasalis larvatus. Brunei Taken Oct 2010
Here’s the story of these poor creatures. Listed as endangered under IUCN redlist it is endemic to Borneo island (can only be found on Borneo), that is near mangrove areas. UBD bioscience conservation students went out and got lucky to see about 27 proboscis that day, unfortunately the most sightings was near a deforested mangrove near excavating river site at Damuan river. Why are we so caught up with animals like pandas or turtles when we have our own endangered species fighting for survival? Wake up Bruneians, lets protect the mangroves- the home of our own endangered species.
The current camera i use for all my photo during my recent trips are using Olympus TOUGH-6010. It can withstand force and can go underwater for 3m though i’ve never tried it. And its only 300bnd. I do have to admit, some of the photos taken so far are very clear and no i don’t edit them. It’s all as it was taken. NOT at night though or in places where there is light. I have to really hold it so the pics won’t go blur and the shutter is slow. That annoys me. And sometimes i use my sony digicam too. i’m slowly learning bits and pieces about taking clear and good photographs. But i really thought about buying a DSLR for myself. My aunt has got one and i really loved using it.
Took this pic (from the boat) of Borneo endemic and endangered species Nasalis larvatus during my recent field trip to Brunei river mangroves using my aunt’s D90 and 70-300mm lens. Really love how clear it can be.
Should i go for Nikon D90 or Canon 550?