|Lasma learns how batik is made in the studio |
of Nia Fliam and Agus Ismoyo
|In Mbak Marie's studio watching how beaded necklaces are made.|
|An evening discussion about textile heritage in the home|
of Nia Fliam and Agus Ismoyo, Yogyakarta.
|Pak Doyo explains his plans for tourist |
development in Pekalongan.
|Lasma at Museum Batik in Pekalongan|
|With Pak Ricsa in the largest sarong producing factory in the world: Gajah Duduk.|
|With the head librarian in Pekalongan, |
talking about how to build the historical archives of the city.
|Having a break at the beach.|
|The Batik Bazar, an annual event |
in Pekalongan, was full of surprises.
|With her host, MJA Nashir, in front of a Gajah Duduk truck.|
|And serious concern about preserving textile legacy.|
|With the grand dame of Indonesian textiles, Judi Achadi|
in a plane heading for Lampung.
|A first ride on an elephant in Lampung.|
|Reading the morning paper in our Lampung hotel.|
|Watching proceedings at the TV station in Pekalongan.|
|Lasma developed skill with the camera.|
|Amazement at the beauty of some old Batak textiles.|
|At Unical, the university dedicated to batik studies in Pekalongan|
I explained Lasma's wish to maintain the Simalungun textile tradition.
|At the Mayor's office in Pekalongan we discussed a project|
to maintain the graveyard that was developed during the Dutch era.
|Saying goodbye to Pekalongan|
wearing the T-shirt given to her by MJA Nashir.
|Walking towards the train after saying a final farewell to friends in Pekalongan.|