Honourable Mention

In recognition of the large number of excellent shortlisted photographs we have also selected six pictures that were awarded “Honourable Mention”. These pictures, together with the winning photographs of the “Biodiversity” category, will be on display at the FORCLIME photo exhibition that will run at the GoetheHaus Jakarta from 18st April to 4th of May 2012. The exhibition will be complemented by attractive side events.  

Silhouette of a “Kongkang Kolam”

Photographer: Asep Ayat 

Location: Curug Nangka, Bogor (West Java) - 2011

The White-lipped or Copper-cheeked Frog (Rana chalconota) belongs to the Ranidae family. Known as “Kongkang kolam” in Indonesian, its local Sundanese (West Java) name is “bangkong kole.” Mainly active at the night in and around water, it is found in south Sumatra, Java and Bali.




Going through the Rapids 

Photographer: I Gusti Ngurah Pradnyana

Location: Betung Kerihun National Park,  East Kalimantan - 2008

These Dayak people live in the area next to Betung Kerihun National Park. To reach the National Park they must negotiate several heart-pounding rapids.

 

Fog

Photographer:  Andhy Priyo Sayogo

Location: Kabupaten Ketapang,  Kalimantan Barat (Borneo) - 2011 

Walking through the forest in the early morning provides a great start to the day… listening to the first bird songs, hearing the distant call of gibbons and feeling the humidity of the morning fog around us. 

Sunrays at Alas Purwo 

Photographer:  Medha Baskara

Location: Taman Nasional Alas Purwo,  Banyuwangi (Jawa Timur) - 2010 
There are a million facades to the forest in Alas Purwo National Park, Banyuwangi, East Java, which contains a wide range of protected wildlife. The early morning sun, shining down through the forest canopy and illuminating the undergrowth, creates an unforgettable picture. Sea wind blows spray into the forest and sunrays dance in the misty air..

 

Growing old

Photographer: Budi Jatmiko

Location: Sukamantri, Bogor (Jawa Barat) - 2011
The young wait for the old, devotedly, with the sun as a friend. Time changes - that is how nature goes through the day. One by one they fade away, and new buds grow. This is the way of nature... regeneration.


 

Rafflesia Arnoldii

Photographer: Muhammad Fadli