A is Kapuhan, and B is Sengi. The arrow points to the Pabelan River which is located in between the two villages (google maps).
Kapuhan and Sengi are marked here as A and B. Mt. Merapi is the mountain located to the Southeast and if you go South you will find Jogja (googlemaps).
Storage buildings in Sengi built around irrigation systems.
Crossing a bridge on the way to the mining site. Water flows over this bridge as well as through the pipe you can see on the side.
The mining site next to the Pabelan River.
The Pabelan river divides into two areas. In the foreground there is a fast flowing stream and in the background you can see the reservoir. It is much calmer. The mining operation is located a little further to the left of this picture and the miners could potentially weaken the sands that hold the reservoir intact.
A tunnel built in the 1970s that leads to the Pabelan River
I don’t take too many animal pictures but the contrast between the black and white body with the red beak is awesome.
The village Sengi
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