Every Friday afternoon I spend an hour at the Dialogue art & coffee in South Jakarta. I sit for 45 minutes, waiting for my daughter to finish her piano lesson nearby. It is a nice, modern coffee. There always new exhibitions. I sit at one if the tables and usually order a sparkling Equil. I then work on a blog or read sonething.
Was in Singapore for few days. It was the first time I stopped here and could walk around this city with my camera. On Sunday late afternoon I decided to go an walk around Little India.
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Lithography (from Greek lithos, “stone” + graphein, “to write”) is a method of printing originally based on the fundamental antipathy of oil and water. I took the photos at Mauriartegrafica a company in Cremona (Italy). You can find the gallery here.
Was walking in the old streets of Batavia, the old part of Jakarta. It is a strange place. A different city with its old Dutch crumbling houses and ware houses. Looked up to the facade of one of those buildings and saw a beautiful model who was doing a photo shoot. For a moment she looked down to the street.
Took this picture in Jakarta near Plaza Senayan.
The last rehearsal before the ballet show, a set on Flickr.
Hong Kong. Busy Sunday morning in Kowloon. Thousands of people walking in streets packed with electronics shops selling hundres of different smartphones models, Nikon and Canon cameras, lenses, TV sets, laptops, ipod, ipad, tablets. Iphones can be unlocked at the corner of the street. In all this a lady was writing using white sand on a red plastic blanket laying on the street’s asphalt. People stopped by, used their smartphones and took pictures of the lady who, I thought. was concentrated in something that seemed to belong to the past.
Werde art workshop with disadvantaged kids in Dumaguete, a set on Flickr.
Art workshop for disadvantaged children organised by Werde in Dumaguete . The workshop was organised with a Dumaguete-based artist: Hersley-Ven Casero. This is his website