Thursday, July 16, 2009

From Solo Batik Carnival 2009

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek



Solo is one of batik center. It has specific highly artistic patterns..
Solo adalah salah satu pusat batik. Polanya khusus dan berseni tinggi.

Solo Batik Carnival is an annual event, and this year was the second. It was held on 28 June 2009 and I was there with Dan! (I can't remember how I could forget to post about this then). I don't have much to tell, but I have a lot to show...
Solo Batik Carnival adalah acara tahunan yang kali ini digelar untuk kedua kalinya, pada tanggal 28 Juni lalu, dan aku menyaksikannya! (heran, kok bisa lupa ngga langsung posting waktu itu ya?) Aku ngga punya banyak cerita, tapi ada banyak buat dipamerkan...


the participants help each other to prepare them selves before the carnival begun
para peserta saling bantu bersiap sebelum karnaval dimulai


oh this poor lonely clown..
oh badut yang malang, kesepian...



even elementary school students participated also
anak esde banyak juga yang ikut



look at those beautiful princesses!
lihat, putrinya cantik-cantik!



ah, those warriors are nothing compared to my hero, Dan :P
ah, para ksatria tu ndak ada apa-apanga dibanding pahlawanku, Dan :P


yoo hoo... can you find me?
yuu huu... bisa lihat aku?



aren't they gorgeous?
mereka mempesonakan, kan?



it was HOT but fun...
panas tapi senang..

21 comments:

Heather said...

Wow! I don't think I've ever seen such elaborate costumes. They are so amazing!

maswino said...

Sing iki luwih mak nyus neh malah...

Nana said...

Looks fun! It reminds me of Montreal's Carifiesta, minus the half naked girls, lol.

Heather said...

The costumes are amazing. Looks like fun minus the heat. :)

Are You Serious! said...

♥ They all look fabulous!!!

Jen said...

what an amazing festival.

Sharon said...

Those are some beautiful intricate costumes. I am sure it's even better in person! ;)

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

All I can say is WOW!
I would love to travel to your country, but, alas, I am poor!.....
:)

Maggie May said...

Beautiful costumes and a lovely post.
I like this blog and think it great that you have two languages going side by side. Very interesting!

Anonymous said...

hmm...im loking for ar , ir n ur...where were they ???????

Ryanne said...

Those costumes are wonderful and so artfully designed!

Michelle said...

Wow, what fantastic costumes. I always love coming to your blog to see what rick tradition you will share with us. :)

Jeanette said...

Wow! That looks amazing!

latree said...

can't wait for the next season..
@anonymous: ar ir ur are with granny... :D

anny said...

Betapa indahnya salah satu budaya kita ini, dan aku salut sama dirimu yg suka promosiin budaya kita sist

yangputri said...

hmmmm indahnya kebersamaan bersama keluarga tercinta

HumorBendol said...

Nah loh...migrasi ke Blogspot mbak?
Yang WP masih aktip?
Salam

ajay said...

ayo kita jaga budaya kita. met pagi sob

Wempi said...

wah... amazing, ribet, hot... nyampur dah...

alris said...

Saya salut sama pak walikota Solo. Pemimpin yang berjiwa kerakyatan, memindahkan pedagang kakilima gak pake main gusur pakai satpol pp, tapi pendekatan yang maknyuss. Beliau penuh terobosan, Festival batik ini salah satunya. Salut, pak Jokowi.

juzztyas said...

okay...that costumes and make up thingy, are absolutely cool
but d'oh...i can't imagine how it was inside those costumes in such a hot weather like that
i definitely can't take that :lol:

salute for the participants
and you too mb la shares this with us