After months of research and planning, Teresa and I are finally heading off to Indonesia for a around a month on Monday. It's a trip we've wanted to make for a long time and we'll be taking in a really wide range of places and locations, so it should provide lots of opportunities for photography.
We'll fly to Jakarta, before heading by train to Yogyakarta, the cultural centre, for a couple of days. Then we'll spend a couple of days at the huge Buddhist temple of Borobudur, before heading by train again to Surabaya and then on to Mount Bromo, the iconic volcano in the Tengger Semeru National Park. After that we head over to Bali for a few days diving and snorkelling in Permuteran on the north coast, then up to the mountains and rice fields in Munduk, before relaxing at the end of the trip in Ubud.
I'll be taking a whole new camera system with me, a Fuji X-T1, X-T10, along with a 14mm, 35mm, 10-22mm and 55-200mm lenses. I'm really excited about using the new cameras, they are so much lighter and more suited to travel photography than the big Nikons I've taken in the past.
I'll be trying to post regularly to my instagram account so free to keep follow me and catch up with what we'll be seeing in this amazing country.