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Pictures from the daily life in Indonesia. Sometimes a serious topic, sometimes a funny picture received from one of the visitors. Also personally selected pictures can be found here. Since life is often very serious, this photobook is intended to make you smile.... sometimes.
June 2011 - Images of the aftermath of the most recent eruption of the Mount Merapi volcano in central Java, late October 2010. The enormous destruction in the area of Kinahrejo and Kali Kuning can clearly be seen on these pictures. Reconstruction of this once green forested area will take many years, although some resilient villagers have taken the first steps already.
May 2011 - Green Canyon is the name of a part of a river near Pangandaran. Because the natural beauty in this area has been protected, a trip by boat over this slow flowing river gives you the idea to have landed in tropical jungles somewhere remote. You can rent a boat to make a trip over the river as far as the rapids, where you can take a refreshing swim if the water level is not too high.
November 11, 2010 - The soccer stadium of Maguwoharjo, just northeast of the city of Yogyakarta, is the biggest emergency shelter for those evacuated from the danger zones around the erupting Mount Merapi volcano. An estimated 5,000 people are packed together here, scattered around the stadium. The government and volunteers are working hard to meet all the needs of so much refugees.
October 2010 - The eruption of the Mount Merapi volcano that started on October 26, 2010 with three large explosions resulted in hot pyroclastic clouds, ash rains and other suffering, but also for - sometimes - nice pictures.
November 7, 2010 - Heavy ash rains two days ago heavily hit the area directly west of the Mount Merapi volcano. Muntilan - about half way between Yogyakarta and Magelang - suffers most from the several centimeter thick layer of ash with broken power lines, toppled trees and the economy grinding to al halt all of a sudden.
May 2010 - Cagar Alam Pangandaranis a small nature reserve near the coastal resort town of Pangandaran, which is located along the southern shore of West Java province in Indonesia. The reserve is open to the public and offers a hiking trail, natural caves, man-made tunnels and a white beach.
December 2009 - I was surprised when I boarded the Gajayana train a few weeks ago. It was a completely new train, built by PT INKA in Madiun. No broken windows, very comfy chairs and even a power outlet with every couple of chairs. These pictures are an impression of the train and it's journey through the island of Java.
November 2009 - A cremation on Bali is one of the most important symbols in the ceremonial life on the island. Death is not seen as the end, but as the start of a new life. Everything will be done to give this new life the best start possible. This set of pictures is taken in Ubud, the cultural heart of the resort island of Bali in Indonesia.
September 30, 2009 - A strong undersea earthquake struck off the western coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island late Wednesday afternoon, killing hundreds and burying thousands others under rubble of collapsed buildings in cities as Padang and Pariaman.
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