Sunday, March 4, 2012

A Slice of Indonesia

I am proud to say I was born in a family of creative and good-looking people (cut me some slack here, hahaha!). We all share the same passion: travelling and arts. Unfortunately, I don't have their eye for photography. Let me share with you some of the photos they've taken in Indonesia. :)

Prambanan Temple

Prambanan Temple

My cousin, JM :)
Hello, Community Bath (?)

Mt. Bromo
Mt. Bromo

My cousin, Sephy :)
This shot is just EPIC! ^__^


Photos above are taken and owned by Joseph Cabato. :)

33 comments:

  1. wow! He's so talented ha! I believe on the first photo he used HDR. :) Love all the photos babe! ang galing talaga ;p

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  2. i've never been to indonesia but i'd love to someday especially that it's just near the ph :>

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  3. lovely photos, sana ganyan din ko kumuha. =)

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  4. gotcha, i love your first statement there sis.. :D

    i haven't been in Indonesia..hopefully, i could fly there, one day. :D

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  5. The first shot is amazing!
    not HDR though but an HD camera, as it shows the varying tone in the clouds.
    The temple was a blur, so I just have to get where the camera got its focus.
    nice photos! the last one is really epic.
    Wide angle shot, with the subject on the bottom

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  6. Ah, Indonesia. This would have been the destination of my first ever out-of-Pinas trip for me last year, kaso naudlot lang. I love their temples!

    http://chellelandia.blogspot.com/2012/02/first-stop-kuala-lumpur-international.html

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  7. The photos of Prambanan Temple looked like the temples in Angkor Wat. The people taking a dip, do they believe that the water heals?

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  8. I particularly like the temple shots. Ang ganda pala ng Indonesia. =)

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  9. i particularly like the temple shots. ang ganda pala ng Indonesia! I think it's worth a visit. =)

    www.swexie.me

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  10. :) nice!! what camera r u using?

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  11. Wow!!! looks like Indonesia is interesting. Contrary to what I've been hearing from friends who visited the place.

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  12. For those, I want that slice of Indonesia too. They gut the photographic eyes if there is a phrase such as that :)

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  13. Well you look obviously gorgeous, and with some practice and good camera, you too can harness their Photography skills!

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  14. Wow! beautiful photos! especially the Prambanan temple. I'll be visiting Jogja end of March. I do hope I can get beautiful photos too. Where's the community bath? did you take a tour? Or did you do it on your own?

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    1. the "bath" is near Ubud, Bali.
      in English, it's 'Holy Spring Temple' :)

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    2. Hi Shawi! Thanks for sharing. I didn't know that. Di kasi sila naligo so I thought ordinary spring lang siya. :)

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  15. Hahaha I like landscape photography. The last photo is indeed epic! Hahaha BTW you makes me smile when I first read the paragraph of your blog.

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  16. Whoa! If a slice of Indonesia is as beautiful as this, please give us more slices. Very awesome photos.

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  17. Wow ganda ng mga pics!!! Yung wat parang Angkor.. Unang Tingin akala ko Cambodia.. Yung holy water temple napuntahan ko na din Ganda dyan... Yung mountain ang Ganda! Sana ma explore ko din yan soon! ;)

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  18. Perfect shots :) Honestly, ngayon ko lang nakita ang spots ng Indonesia! :)

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  19. OMG, the photos are beyond amazing!
    breathtaking, really <3

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  20. Allow yourself to seek out rich and satisfying experiences.

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  21. reminds me of my trip to Jogja and Ubud, Bali.
    Thanks for sharing.

    ganda ng Prambanan. It was raining when I went there kaya hindi ko na-appreciate :(

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  22. I like the fist picture the most as it actually shows a slice of Indonesia already ^_^

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  23. i agree. they have an eye for good photography. they're great photos and to start with, the place is amazing...

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  24. Wow, love love these photos! :) How I wish I can visit Indonesia some time in the future too, and take great photos like these :)

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  25. The photos are sooo beautiful! wish I can go to Indonesia right now....

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  26. the community bath looks interesting. endearing pics ;)

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  27. I've been to Indonesia many times for work...but sad to say never been to that place...:(
    Shots are great esp theepic one lol !!!

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