Cruising through Indonesia to capture the country’s 18,000-plus islands sounds like a rough life, doesn’t it? Photographer Muhammad Fadli manned up to spend a week snapping away aboard SeaTrek’s Katharina phinisi, a traditional sailboat. Here, the shots that didn’t make the final cut for the feature, “My Old Man and the Sea.”
The three colored lake of Kelimutu in Moni, Flores.
A villager of Watublapi, a village well-known for its fine ikat weaving in Flores, Lesser Sunda.
The ikat weaver of Watublapi, a village well-known for its fine weaving in Flores, Lesser sunda.
The natural dyed threads used for the fine ikat weaving of Watublapi, Flores.
Salt-making on the island of Ndao
Vegetables on display in the Kalabahi traditional market on Alor, Lesser Sunda.
Catch of the day on Alor in the Lesser Sunda.
A local boy in Pulau Buaya (Crocodile island), a small island near Alor, Lesser Sunda.
“I love Jesus” sticker in a local truck in the island of Sawu. This remote Indonesian island is famous for its fine ikat weaving.