We like to shoot anything. Especially the sky. Beautiful sky often makes us excited. We like ordinary streets in our town, too. Sometimes we like fancy things, weird shadows, strange junks, cute cats, or peculiar children in the playground. We have no restrictions on subjects when taking pictures.
Capturing the sky is about embracing the whim of the weather. The sky can be unpredictable. The day can be still or breezy. To lie down on our backs and stare up at the sky for a super long time. When the seasons change the sky give the landscape aspects that are always different to watch.
But watching the sky outside is mostly an exercise in wonder. The feeling of grass underfoot and the sight of the darken sky with a dash of burnt orange and some lovely sky blue hues. That golden warmth pouring down from the sky at the end of the day is our favorite thing to watch nowadays. As the grey clouds pile up around the previously baby blue sky, for the night is upon us the day will soon be just a memory. And try as we might to replicate the experience, nothing will come close. So, let’s enjoy all the beautiful sky everyday while we can.
This sets of sky were captured in several days on January 2015 at exactly 5.30-6pm.
More sky after you jump!
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The best thing about weekend probably to spent the days doing nothing. But we won’t ask you to do the same, because sometimes we just have to alter our mind from having a second attempt to sleep throughout the day on our comfy and warm bed and just get up, pick up your camera and stroll around the city or suburbs or any place really because, I’m quoting one of the best film of all time, the adventure is out there! Yes, it really does because you’ll probably capture something interesting on your little trip with friends and to have those moments preserved makes your weekend a bit special.
So yup, here goes Our Weekend part 3.
More photos after the jump!
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It always excites us to go somewhere with a very scenic surrounding and having a let’s get lost moment there. This Kampung Naga for example. Gorgeous view and the warmth of the people, this one-of-a-kind culture is very eye and mind pleasing. Morrie went there last week and the presence there was so intoxicating for her it has a certain feeling that linger even when she’s back here already. In a lovely way that is. It’s already become one of her favorite place to go unwind from the busy body of the city.
Here are some of the shoots that she took there and yes, from those shoots and the stories she told me, I’m dying to go there sometimes with her.
Another beautiful views, after you “jump”!.
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Ta-daa! We’re back! Yep, here we are and still doing fine. Hands down, this year probably is the busiest year for both of us, academical way. So we do apologize for the lack of updates here on the blog. Despite hours for papers on day-to-day basis, we always squeezed some time on the weekend, doing what we do (in our opinion that is) best, took a stroll around the city, documenting what we see and feel, together and for Jelly Club‘s third post, we’ve documented one, or maybe a couple, of our so-called-free-time weekends using Nikon FM2n and Olympus XA2.
Here goes, Our Weekend part 2.
Part of #JellyClub by JellyPlayground .
Taken with Nikon FM2 & Olympus XA2 + Fujicolor C200
Holla everyone! How are you all? We’re very sorry for the lack of updates. It’s really been a wonderfully busy months for us with a bit of this and a lot of that on the side, that’s why we haven’t been around here much. We can’t help but feeling thankful for all of good unexpected things that came towards us and we hope all of you have been well though.
Anyho, things got pretty crazy for us started from earlier this year and long story short, we decided to take some time off in-between our routines. The timing couldn’t be more perfect that our good friends from HouseTheHouse planning on a weekend gateway to Yogyakarta. We’re always dying to go back there again and re-discovering another part of Yogyakarta that we haven’t know yet. We said yes immediately and ooh-wee, we hop on the train and on our way to that lovely city. We went to some of Yogya’s best attraction like Keraton, Tamansari Watercastle, Pindul Cave, Oyo River, Ullen Sentalu and those beautiful beaches on the south. It was fun.
More photos? Then “jump” below :)
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