you can take the girl out of Indonesia, but..

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C: Wide lens Superheadz. F: Fujifilm Fujicolor Superia 200

A handful of photos from the Indonesian festival in Melbourne in October. Spent a beautifully sunny weekend being surrounded by vibrant costumes, familiar sounds, friendly faces, and (most importantly!) comfort food that takes me back to my childhood. Comfort is the word.

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DeYa said...

thanks that u enjoy it.. make me even more proud to be Indonesian ^_^. come visit our country and u'll find more treasures from our culture. Teehee. I bet 2 girls in the last pict would be The Saman Dancers. a traditional dancing from Aceh Province.

Galit said...

These are so great!
I love the atmosphere as it reflects from the photos. Especially from the 3rd one. Beautiful photos!

curious constellation said...

Comfort is most definitely the word. I don't know if I'd ever be able to live anywhere other than South Africa.

Kellie W. said...

These are lovely, and the festival looks like so much fun! I'm glad you had a good time! :)

soph (owl vs. dove) said...

Looks like a fun day. I really need to go back to Indonesia one of these days. I used to eat tempeh by the truckload as a kid haha

daisychain said...

gorgeous photos Anna x

Poo said...

This post is kind of make me proud :')

sara said...

the festival looks great!
and these are lovely photos

Emily, Resplendent Tranquility said...

Love 'em, as always. The vibrancy of the content is balanced so nicely by your soft style.

Melanie's Randomness said...

Indonesia is definitely somewhere I want to go one day! =)

Melanie's Randomness

Diana said...

I'm loving the pic of the woman peeking out of the tent. Great surprise shot.

Away with the fairy's said...

Looks wonderful!

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Elissa said...

that looks beautiful. the colors are so vibrant!

babalisme said...

There's such thing at Melbourne!! What a great event!! Proud to be Indonesian!

Diane said...

I hope I'll go there some day :)