I was twisting and turning to the right and left in narrow alleys. Jakarta is full of maze-like alleys that are inaccessible to cars away from the main street. Even if there is a fire, there are many alleys that fire trucks cannot enter. What will they do if a fire breaks out? Since there are many locals hanging out in the alley, will they go out in a bucket relay to put out the fire? In any case, the fire is sure to spread.
In the meantime, I came to a roofed area. It looked like an arcade, but there were no stores, and it was completely dark inside, like a tunnel.
At the end of the tunnel, the sun was shining and I could see the traffic. I could see people walking and motorcycles running around. It seemed that this tunnel was the exit to a maze-like alleyway. The fact that it was completely dark once before exiting the jumbled alleyway seemed to reset my senses.
I stopped in the middle of the tunnel and looked ahead. Unlike the dimly lit tunnel, there were a lot of people coming and going outside in the sunshine. As I held my camera up, I saw a Bajaj crossing the street.
|Nov 2020 INDONESIA VEHICLE|
|ALLEYWAY BAJAJ JAKARTA TUNNEL|
November 23, 2020
November 10, 2021
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF