Time to Wake Up
Commuters had started to fill the street, a few people were out to start the day. I was on the halfway point of my morning walk.
Flowers on the side of the residential walkway.
Saturday Morning at the Mall
The regular morning gathering at the mall. There are usually activities intended for kids at the mall on the weekends. It's not only at this particular mall, but at most malls that I have ever been to.
Right Under the Transmission Line
It was pretty empty back in the days, but now it becomes highly populated area with taller buildings. It makes this high voltage transmission line seemed out of place.
Glowing Morning Sky
On the way to the top of the parking structure by the mall, as the sun rose beyond the horizon behind the building. The sun rays torched the sky, showing a hint of what's to come.
There Are More Beyond the Current Point of View
We don't always have the perfect point of view. Our situations, strong opinions, surroundings might prevent us to see the bigger picture. Just realize that there are more than just our point of view.
Live Wire Sunrise
There are two high voltage transmission lines nearby the mall. They are not pretty, borderline hideous. I tried to find a better angle and time of day to make them look more pleasing. The sunrise definitely helped.
Dark Alley Towards the Sunrise
Walk by this alley every morning we walk. The alley is wide enough for a car, but that's about it. Most people who uses the alley either walk or ride their motorcycles.
A motivation to walk in the morning is to spend some time with my Mom. My Dad and my Mom has been walking in the morning every other days for years. In the days my Mom does not walk, I run.
I celebrated the month of April by reaching 100 km (62 miles); the farthest distance in a month so far. There were blank days because of laziness or rainy mornings. Hoping to go as far in May.
Different Day, Different Hydrant
Good Friday Mass
Holy Thursday Celebration
Celebrating the tradition of washing of the feet.
Palm Sunday Celebration
The beginning of the Holy Week to celebrate Easter at Santa Maria Regina (San Mare) Catholic Church in Bintaro.
Grocery Shopping on the Street
Multiple merchants come everyday, seven days a week. A convenience to have easy access to groceries; broccoli might be just around the corner, just in time to cook for lunch.
Down the Drain
The drainage hole cover at the parking building of Bintaro Plaza.
The houses are prety close to each other and the residential streets are not big.
Sunset Over Bintaro
I had been thinking of making a photo from the parking building of this plaza (mall). My mom and I have been walking to the parking structure for our morning walks. The scene is nothing special, but it shows how close the houses are to each other.
Rush Hour Home
For most, it is just part of the daily routine. Another working day is coming. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Guarding the Parking Lot
Another Apartment in Progress
The apartment complex won't be a big one and I think it will be a 30-story building.