No Longer a Secret: Long ago, workers pick trash at dusk. When the sun rises, the Kuta beach, Bali, was already clean. Now, quite the opposite. Lack of awareness and increasing trash require more workers and longer hours to clean it.
Lonely Boat: a fiberglass boat on Nusa Ceningan Strait, Bali. Tourism has increased locals’ income but at the same time discouraged long tradition of seaweed farming.
Morning Shift: two seaweed farmers harvest seaweed at Pulau Lembongan, Bali.
March into the Sea: Divers take a beach entry at Tulamben, Bali, a popular shipwreck dive site.
The Sea Calling: Turtle hatchling ready to be released at Kuta, Bali.
Enter the Dragon: A komodo dragon monitor blends itself in the surrounding at Pulau Rinca, Komodo National Park, Flores.
Rainbow Connection: A juvenile moray eel takes refuge in midday heat, Pulau Serangan, Bali.
In bloom: a Christmastree worm in full display before tridachma shell, Pulau Serangan, Bali.
The Parasol: A tree-fern at the foot of Mount Gede. Naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace described the rich biodiversity of the site as ‘luxuriant’.
Red Berries: Wild coffee plants that grow at Selo, Central Java, have contributed to the rich varieties of arabica coffee in Indonesia. It is prized for its fruity and fragrant taste.
Morning Has Broken: Gunung Puntang, Bandung, was a stronghold of Dutch-Indies troops until Japanese soldiers ousted them. Now it is a popular camping site.
The Peak: Mount Pangrango as seen from Kandang Badak, Mount Gede.
The Mighty Webs: Unusually attractive rice fields unique to Cancar, Flores.
The Great Lakes: Two of three sulphuric craters of Kelimutu, Flores.
At the Edge: A tourist standing on the cliff of Papuma, Jember.
The White Lion: A rock formation at the crater that resembles a lion at Mount Ijen, East Java.