Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

In Indonesia, December shortened by the Javanese people as ‘gede-gedene sumber’ or sources (water) in the most. Because in the month of December it rained almost every day. Even, sometimes at night.

The rest of the overnight rain left water droplets on the leaves and in the flowers that never wilt. Also, water vapor morning that I thought resembled fog, which combines with sunlight just pushed up, makes sightings of the lines of sunspots light seem so obvious. Lets see the last picture. 🙂

I hope you can enjoy my pictures although i capture them just use my pocket camera with spesifications : 12 MP, 4 x wide optical zoom, 4.8-19.2 mm 1:2.9-6.5.  ^___^

Cheers! Dyah Sujiati 🙂

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Another pictures of changing seasons, you may visit : https://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/12/07/weekly-photo-challenge-changing-seasons/


About Dyah Sujiati

Tentang saya?! Seperti apa ya? Entahlah. Kalau saya yang nulis, pasti cuma yang baik-baik saja. Dan itu sulit dipercaya. ;) *Tapi harus percaya kalau saya seorang blogger yang cuma punya sosmed Twitter, tidak punya Facebook, Instagram, Path, dll*
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4 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

  1. Everything looks so beautiful and green where you live!

    I also take a lot of photos with a small compact camera. Much easier to carry around and they take pretty good photos.

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