Weekly Photo Challenge : Urban

I took the above photo at one of Samarinda street one afternoon when I went to work. A garbage truck was moving a large bins that are full of rubbish, to be taken to the place of final landfill. This scene is quite familiar to citizens of Samarinda City. I think the same thing is also happening in other cities in Indonesia. We really knew about how aromas burst. Wearing a mask, cover your nose with a hand, or hold your breath for a few seconds, can help reduce aroma that entering the nose.

This weekly photo challenge is so interesting. I hope I’ve chosen the ‘urban enough’ picture.

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Urban

  1. Assalaamu’alaikum wr.wb, mbak Akin…

    Sungguh memiris hati bila kita sering bertemu dengan suasana yang menyakitkan mata dan menyengat hidung ini. Pencemaran alam sekitar selalu berlaku di mana-mana sahaja tanpa kompromi kecuali pihak pemerintah mempunyai jalan mengatasinya.

    Salam mesra mbak. :D

  2. Hi,

    my name is Terence and I posted this week’s photo challenge. I would like to put together a gallery of all the amazing submissions and wanted to ask if you would like to participate. If so you simply upload (one of) your photo(s) to the gallery here:

    http://urbanphotographychallenge.tumblr.com

    there is a submit button next to the title – please also add the location and if you have, a title (less important).

    Best,
    Terence

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