Tengger volcanic complex, Indonesia
This is part of a national park on the Indonesian island of Java that lies within a large caldera – the remains of an volcano that erupted more than 45,000 years ago.
In this view, the volcanic cones comprising the Tengger complex are at the centre, with smoke coming from Mount Bromo.
In the distance is Mount Semeru.
Image Credit: Photograph by EC Tong/Imagelibrary India Pvt
A green tree frog manages a chin-up over a slender bamboo cane in a garden in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.
The frog’s sticky toe pads act like suction cups, enabling it to cling to smooth surfaces and stay clear of predators. What a clever frog.
Rice terraces in Bali with palm trees and rays of sunlight.
Image Credit: Photograph by: Monika Vlageryte/Shutterstock
Just outside Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, a new tented camp has opened.
You dip down into a valley to find a world of restaurants, cistern-shaped pools, spas with trees growing through them and tents that unzip to reveal copper baths and batik-covered walls.
For no discernible reason, one of the restaurants is designed to look like a laundry.
A long exposure picture shows molten lava spilling from the crater of Mount Sinabung as seen from Berastepu village in Karo, North Sumatra province, Indonesia.
Thousands of villagers were evacuated following the weekend eruption of Mount Sinabung in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, with more expected to follow.