Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure (Aceh Tsunami Museum)

Aceh Tsunami Museum was built to memorize one of the biggest earghquake and tsunami disasters occured in Indonesia in 2004. Designed by Indonesian architect, Ridwan Kamil, building constructed resembling a savior ship with a big deck.

The building was constructed completely for couple of days when I took these photos. It was coincided with the holding of photography competition held by Aceh photographer community. The registration fee paid by competitor would be donated to Rochingya ethnics who was on that moments stranded on Indonesian coastal area. It was my first competion and first shot with my first DSLR Camera.

Finding this hobby such as unexpected pleasures. Getting a good photograph has the same feelings as finding a treasure.

I was not the winner, of course. But anyway, to fulfill the challenge for this week with the theme of Treasure, I would like to share some of my first treasures on this site.

Aceh Tsunami Museum, seen from Kerkhoff.

Aceh Tsunami Museum, seen from Kerkhoff.

Aceh Tsunami Museum, elevation taken from Kerkohff.

Aceh Tsunami Museum, elevation taken from Kerkohff.

Aceh Tsunami Museum, Front Elevation.

Aceh Tsunami Museum, Front Elevation.

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Interior of Aceh Tsunami Museum

Amphitheatre, Aceh Tsunami Museum.

Amphitheatre, Aceh Tsunami Museum.

Location: Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

Camera: Canon 1000D

 

 

 

 

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