The first weekend after school has started is ended with a long weekend since we're going to celebrate Eid al Adha on Monday, which is also known as the Hajj Eid. Most of my college and boarding house mate went home. Unlike them, I decided to stay in Surabaya since I've just arrived here two weeks ago.
This morning J and I went to Kenjeran, a beach near to our campus which gain its popularity again after the local government launched a new landmark which is actually a bridge. The bridge itself connects the old beach park with the collector road. It's open daily for public. What makes this bridge interesting are its sight-seeing deck and water fountain that sparks on weekends.
Based on the estimation that I made, J and I need about 45 minutes to reach the bridge from our place. We were kinda unlucky since we arrived a bit late. The last time I saw the sunrise at Kenjeran was a year ago and I was picked up by a friend straight after the subuh prayer. J and I arrived around 5.30 AM. There's a small parking spot for motorcycle which is managed by the local people.
We strolled along the bridge. The pedestrian is very friendly according to me. It's even completed with ramp and a low separator. Flowers are used to create a splash of pink over white walls. Since the deck is too nice to be missed, J and I decided to stop by. It is constructed of metals colored in silver. Since coastal area is identic with wind, the deck is opened only on 6-10 AM and 3-5 PM.
Anyway, this time I didn't bring my camera as usual. Instead, I made an attempt with J's iPhone camera. The result is superb for a phone camera, especially during golden hour. None of the photos are edited on Photoshop (I only retouched some of them by using VSCO).