Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Mount Bromo and Kawah Ijen Showcase

 Hello Folks,I’m back from a 2week  adventure to the eastern side of Indonesia archipelago, mostly Bali and Mount Bromo, East Java. The trip was simply an awe inspiring and amazing for the breath taking scenery of mountains and seascapes and what not. It was also an enjoyable experience for me going on a trip with a group of Abg Bujangs and going trekking in places where you just can’t find on this island of mine.

I also apologise for the lack of updates recently as I’m still busy trying to post process my photos to ensure at least they are of  “ansel adams” quality, LOL… I’m also going to busy for the next few weeks as I embark on a new journey of career to wherever it will take me. For now enjoy these sets of photos of Mount Bromo & Kawah Ijen.  🙂

Bromo! by Scholesville
Bromo!, a photo by Scholesville on Flickr.

Via Flickr:

Bromo-Semeru National Park, East Java
Blue Hour shot. A majestic and scenic active volcano caldera in East Java. Shot in the wee hours of the morning and in freezing cold. But the view was totally worth it.
Single Raw exposure + Lee 0.6H GND +tweak in CEP + 64s . f/11.0 . ISO 100 . 10 mm + D7000

Sea of Sand Valleys by Scholesville
Sea of Sand Valleys, a photo by Scholesville on Flickr.

Mt Bromo, East Java

This gorge is actually volcanic ash that was blown off from the top of Mount Bromo from 2011. The ash settled on the plains below the volcano and looks like a sea of sand.

Rock Burdens by Scholesville
Rock Burdens, a photo by Scholesville on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Kawah Ijen, East Java

Those yellow rocks on baskets you see are actually solidified sulphur that has been harvested deep down in the crater below. And both combined weighs a hefty 100kg, imagine that on your shoulders.
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