26 Images of Idul Adha in Sunda Kelapa, Jakarta, Indonesia

Yesterday I re-learnt something about critical tipping points.

You can buy a camera bag 2 years ago.

A pair of pants 9 months ago.

A shirt 6 months ago.

A hat 2 months ago.

And when you put each of these individually innocuous items together for the first time while dressing in the dark at 5:30am…

…when the sun comes up you just might discover you look like a cheap Indiana Jones knock-off.

Here are some of the photos from my morning out anyway…

The old harbour in Jakarta. During Idul Fitri and Idul Adha the muslim morning prayers are celebrated outdoors here.

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3 Comments

  1. I like especially the third one.
    It is a pity the pictures cannot be enlarged. it is possible to enlarge them if you use the galery mode in WordPress, with a single picture in the galery.
    What kind of camera do you have?

    Like

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