In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: On The Way.
In my opinion, the essential thing about traveling is the travel itself–how we transport from one place to another, and what did we see on the trip. Sometimes, I think traveling is not the place where we’re going to, it’s also about things that we encountered on the way, because it is the process of traveling.
I took this piece on my way back to Purwokerto from Cilacap. I forget where it is exactly :haha. It had been raining before, but the rain had stopped shortly before we arrived there.
I just love the combination. The sky, the trees, the motorcycles outside, the mountains afar, even that small ponds add something, and they are great. I love the perspective, too.
Ah, if we open our eyes wider while we’re on the road, I’m quite sure that there are lots of things to see. I really love this kind of picture since a photo could tell me a thousand stories about a thousand people that I’ve seen on my way to somewhere. I do believe that every person we see outside has an unique story, a story that’s differ from that of anyone else.
Maybe that’s why I have taken so many photographs about what happen on my way to go to a place. I have lots of them, but I never think that those pictures are enough :haha. I want to take more pictures!