Hometown


Went home for a period to cherish the joy of family. Knows every streets in my surroundings, still gets me whenever I recall my childhood. There's so much have change and aged.


The new pedestrian bridge that cross through Batang Hari River, the so called Gentala Arasy Bridge, is a great addition to my hometown. The maintenance on the bridge sadden me, so many people came to leisurely walk but still not many realize not to throw litter on the bridge and to the river. An icon won't be it anymore, if one does not simply appreciate it.













"Home is home, be it ever so humble."




71 comments:

  1. I wish we had a similar bridge in Yogyakarta! It looks so beautiful:)

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    1. It is something beautiful now. But don't know how long they can keep it clean, tidy and this nice looking :|

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  2. love the photos, your town looks like a sleepy seaside town. Thanks for sharing

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    1. It's actually the busiest part of the city, but I took it super early in the morning..
      Odd hours before everyone wake up ;)

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  3. Your pictures are absolutely stunning! :-)

    Hannie,
    huemorist.blogspot.com.

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  4. Loved the photo with the mint shutters and door!
    Have fun :)

    Greets from Greece!

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    1. I love that one too ;) have a great day!

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  5. Hey great post! Would you like to follow each other? Let me know once you do so that I can follow you back. Stay in touch.

    Love Avisha x
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    1. Thanks, have a great weekend to you too ;)

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  7. Beautiful photographs! Your hometown looks like a really nice place.

    www.nevernotinspired.de

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  8. What fantastic photos - the lighting in each has been captured so well!

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

    x

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  9. These photos are stunning! The way you captured the light is so amazing!

    http://ourruins.com

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    1. Thanks, it means so much coming from you :)

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  10. Beautiful photos!

    www.girlcandress.com

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  11. love the photos, looks really lovely there!

    danielle | avec danielle

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  12. What a beautiful place to call home for so long! The vibes are so peaceful and calm! These photos are so lovely!

    be the plebeian

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    1. Thank you so much, Jasmine :) Have a great weekend!

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  13. Soooo beautiful *.*
    Love your blog!
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    1. Thanks, Ashley. Have a nice weekend :)

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  15. The atmosphere in your photos is just beautiful. I love how your captured the light. It's got such a soft feeling to it!

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  16. Your photos are always GORGEOUS. I love the blues and greens.
    - Pia

    http://gymbagsandjetlags.com
    @ gymbagsjetlags

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  17. Stunning and atmospheric shots, I really love your photos! Littering saddens me a lot, too; people don't seem to realize how much they ruin with their laziness and neglect, it can't be all that hard to wait until a waste bin pops up!
    Izzy d(*o*)
    http://www.nearnoise.com

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    1. Yes, its very disappointing to see the people litter everywhere :| Hope for a change real soon :)

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  18. Wow the place looks amazing... beautiful photos :) have a nice day :)

    Welcome to my blog
    www.blotterlife.com :))

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  19. Going home is always a good time to remember your origins, where you're from and, also, the places you're heading in the future. Amazing photos as usual. Hope the people around there learn to respect the bridge, tho...

    I'm An Airhead. Oh Wow!

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    1. Beautifully said Henry. :) Thank you so much.
      Have a great weekend!! xx

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  20. I hope you had a good time at your hometown. Beautiful pictures! :)

    xoxo, Salsa | Hello ENST

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  21. gorgeous!

    God bless,
    XO, Claire
    Http://www.littlemissfashionqueen.com

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  22. just heard about that bridge from family.
    i was born and raised up in jambi too. really miss the city

    http://briandikasoemardi.blogspot.com/

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    1. You should come visit again it change so much ever since :)

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  23. It looks absolutely wonderful. The photos are truly stunning and the view and the bridge look unreal, to bad people nowadays don't really care about the consequences...

    www.thedutchcountryside.com

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    1. Yes, I hope they catch up with the cleanliness before it is ruined :|

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  24. so much lovely lights there!! you seemed had so much fun back hometown

    Fauzi @ DapperHipster

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  25. Your photographs and hometown are both incredibly stunning! x

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  26. My hometown :3

    http://www.adhiwahyudi.com/2015/11/the-urban-zalora-indonesia.html

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