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Jessy Eykendorp

Bali based Landscape and Nature Photographer

I live in a small island Bali, Indonesia, there's so much beauty in this island and country I live in, I hope my photography can capture this and can be shared with others for a lifetime.


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About 3 weeks ago ORA BEACH
Northwest Seram Island, Maluku, Indonesia

Hidden in the northwest of Seram Island in Maluku province is Ora Beach, with its sugary white sand beach and crystal-clear water surrounded by lush tropical forest. The sight was enough to wash away exhaustion resulting from the six hours trip to the island from the capital city Ambon. The beach, largely unknown — even among the province’s residents, is also home to rich coral reefs and marine life, making it a favorite destination for ecotravelers. (The Jakarta Post)


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About 9 weeks ago Please Bring Back The Sand To The Beach
Melasti Beach, Tanalot, Bali, Indonesia
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About 7 weeks ago When satisfaction is gained in solitude...
Kawah Ijen Crater, East Java, Indonesia
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About 9 weeks ago She thought of a sunrise...
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park
East Java, Indonesia

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About 6 weeks ago Diversity
Echo Beach, Bali - Indonesia
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About 7 weeks ago Half way down to the crater...
Kawah Ijen Crater, East Java, Indonesia
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About 10 weeks ago Just imagine this for a moment...

Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

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About 9 weeks ago Every Second Counts
Melasti Beach, Tanalot, Bali, Indonesia
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About 13 weeks ago Bromo - Batok Close Up
East Java, Indonesia
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About 3 weeks ago Ambon Afterglow
Ambon City, Maluku (Moluccas Islands), Indonesia

Maluku or The Moluccas or Moluccan Islands are located in the northeast region of the Indonesian archipelago, bordered by the Philippines to the north, Irian Jaya or West Papua to the east, and the Indonesian island of Sulawesi to the west. There are more than 20 large islands in the archipelago, the largest of which include Halmahera, Seram, and Buru, and the province is spread out over great distances of ocean. The population of the entire Moluccas is approximately 2 million, with a large concentration of people in Ambon, capital of the southern region. (Ambon refers also to the island on which the city is located.) Ambon was colonized by Portugal in 1526. The Portuguese were driven out by the Dutch in 1609. Except for brief periods of British rule, the island remained under Dutch control until Indonesia's independence in 1945.