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Sutikno and “pirogue”

1 Boat, 100 Lives

A boat without life? Certainly not! Each boat is a busy life, one hundred lives, and a thousand lives ……




Sutikno an Indonesian photographer whom residing in Bamako Mali, is now organising the exhibition of his photograph’s collection.  His photographs exhibition’s theme is ‘One boat, 100 lives’ being held at Restaurant Diplomate, Korofina (Route de Koulikoro), Bamako, Mali from 5 December 2008 until 5 January 2009



sutikno-et-pirogueSutikno et pirogue

Sutikno can be contacted at (223) 7623 4180



6 responses to “Sutikno and “pirogue”

  1. mamadou December 19, 2008 at 9:04 am

    Assalamualaikum Mat Salo

    I am so delighted upon receive your comment. No wonder I so attracted to you as we are from the same clan of cicit Dato Bahaman whom drink a lot of air Sungai Pahang. I was in and out of Java Island for the past of 4 months, now back here to complete I left.

    We would catch up some other time if time permit.

    Thanks for your visit and good words

  2. mamadou December 19, 2008 at 8:59 am

    Assalamu’alaikum Uncle Awang.

    The phbotographs captured by Professional has its their own class and the other. Your suggestion ring me a bell. If not exhibition by pro…….why not some exhibition by semi professional and the bloggers. We can group and select some of good photos and dsiplay it together… share our works.


  3. mamadou December 19, 2008 at 8:55 am

    Assalamualaikum Ayoh Awi

    Thank you for your visit and good words. Yes Indeed the photographs are so beatifully captured, show the live of the boat and the people. So interesting.


  4. Mat Salo December 19, 2008 at 5:18 am

    Wah ada jua warga Indo do Bamako, ya Pak. Ya semoga sukses buat bung Sutikno…

    Ma’af Pak, I did the small gathering thinking how in the world could I get a hold of you. Insya’allah next time. Take down my Indo number Pak, +6281347980637 and sms me your KL number.

    After all isn’t home for you, which is practically next door to mine in Kota D’sara? Read that Japanese piece, BTW. In years past I used to live in Bandar Sri and I was a very active mountain biker then. So I was intrigued when I bumped into these Japanese schoolchildren one day who were planting some trees in FRIM. I believe the plaques with their school names, etc are still there.

    Wah, Pak. Koi pon orang Pahe gok. Kat mana? My father is from Kg. Buntot Pulau and Lebak (Durian Tikus) on the old Triang road from Temerloh…


  5. Awang-Malaysia December 19, 2008 at 2:16 am

    Thanks for droping by my blog.
    This photo exhibit by Pro. wow!!hebat orang nya.How i wish we have pro to exhibit their work here in Kuching.
    Have a nice day.

  6. Pak Zawi December 19, 2008 at 1:55 am

    Beautiful photographs worthy of such an exhibition.

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