Mid May, it was a perfect day in Washington DC. I was strolling around The National Mall and have a good experience seeing all the monuments and historic buildings. It is always my desire to do levitation in such an interesting place. So, I did some levitation photos in Washington DC. I started to do levitation at the Washington Monument, Capitol Hill, and walk around to Library of Congress, and White House. My friend, Dony, took my levitation pictures. Please enjoy, here are some of my levitation pictures, during my short trip to DC. Thank you for stopping by.
PS. levitation pictures taken with no app, no photoshop, no trick. It is purely levitation skills.
Levitation at Washington Monument
Flying around the “No Fly Zone”
Flying Traveler on a mission: Secret Service Levitation
The Library of Congress
The Capitol Hill Levitation
Indonesian School in Tokyo is celebrating its 50th anniversary today (23/6). One thing I love from the anniversary is the performance of Indonesian Traditional Dances, and one of my favorite dance is “Peacock Dance” or Tari Merak which originated comes from West Java.
The dance was performed by Ms Rina, Ms Nabila, and Ms Cindy, teacher and students of Indonesian School in Tokyo.
Here they are, the Peacock Dancers ….. as I shoot it.
The Peacock Dancer / photo Junanto
After the dance, Ms Rina and Ms Nabila were eager to do some levitation photography. A bird should fly isn’t it? So, they try to float in the air.
Here are their photos .. They really can fly
Oh My Peacock is Flying / photo junanto
Golden Peacock can Fly / photo Junanto
I hope you enjoyed the dance and the levitation. Thanks for stopping by.