Mount Salak is an eroded volcanic range in West Java, Indonesia that has been the site of a geothermal exploration. This mount located astromically at 6°43' LS dan 106°44' BT. This mountain have two craters at the summits. The first summit named Salak I (2.211 metres from sea level) and the second named Salak II (2.180 metres from sea level). The other summit named Sumbul Summit, 1.926 metres from sea level. Salak I summit is the oldest part of the mount and Sumbul summit is the youngest one. ~wikipedia.com
This photo was taken on Friday, February 3th, 2012 with my Canon camera. I like this photo because the sky is clear enough to see Mount Salak. Yeah, it's not the best shot, I know. But I was lucky because sometimes we can't see this mount clearly like this since it usually covered by thick fog. What a pity..
Picture was taken on Bogor, 2012 February 3th. Posted first time on Lensa Khatulistiwa (my old photoblog) at 3th March 2012.