Indonesia's beauty is undeniable, but so is the reality of what their environment has become. There is no solid system set in place for rubbish and trash disposal. The result, it ends up on river banks, in streets, beaches, parks or it is burned. If a solution is not found soon, I don't know what will happen to this luscious land.
Jogja is a city in Central Java Indonesia. It is considered to be the art capital of Indonesia. Some of the finest street art in the world can be found here. Why? Because graffiti is legal in Jogja, but not other parts of Indonesia. Artists have the freedom and time to create masterpieces that are welcomed and beloved by the city.
Taken inside of a friends restaurant. The chef was from The Bahamas and the owner was from New York. They asked me to come in and take some shots of their place one day and this was probably my favorite one I got.