Here you go! Wildlife and more landscape pictures in Baluran National Park.
Keep maximised my X10 performance although without any telephoto lens. Honestly before go to Baluran, I want to rent DSLR camera and appropriate tele-lens but I changed my mind in the last minute (not worthed for $20 per-day and I only use it for only one day but have to pay it for 3 days :\).
Definitely need a camera with tele-lenses camera in the future. I chose X10 since I was working with bats before so I will need a very good macro-lens and documentation purposes. I also hate bulky camera. But as you know, there is good price for good camera. Thinking of buying Micro Four Thirds/Mirrorless Cameras but oh well *piping dream.
Hope you guys enjoy pictures! :)
This Savanna is unrealisticly beautiful!
Green Metalic Pentatomidae or commonly called Stink Bugs
You never know what inside the wooden box
A way to the sea
Five fingers, Everyone?
Javan Rusa (Cervus timorensis) in the distance
More Javan Rusa but in the dark. They have funny look when alarmed
Buffallo? Sadly it is not Banteng
Skulls ..skulls .. skulls
Hot day for everyone
Our Safari Jeep …eerrrr NOPE!
Qui and mangrove leaves
Handsome Long tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) sightseeing human on the top of observation tower
Palm tree silhouette/outline image make it like in the Jurassic Park movie
Ohkay this is totally like in Africa!
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Many people say Baluran National Park is an Africa van Java. I would say it’s wrong! Baluran is Baluran with its uniqueness. This post starts a new chapter with my East Java adventure. Baluran National Park located near Banyuwangi Seaport and perfect place to visit just before crossing Bali. We can see the savanna and evergreen forest with a very cheap entry ticket (Rp 2,500,-). We found many wildlife still roaming free day-and-night especially the birds and mammals such as Green Peafowl (Pavo muticus), Water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), Banteng (Bos Javanicus), Green Junglefowl (Gallus varius), Javan Lutung (Trachypithecus auratus), Crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis), and Asian leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis).
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