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Lights and cheer at Alun Alun Selatan Festival

  • Tono cuts styrofoam to decorate his pedal car before the pedal cars carnival at the South Square in Panembahan during the Alun Alun Selatan Festival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Tono cuts styrofoam to decorate his pedal car before the pedal cars carnival at the South Square in Panembahan during the Alun Alun Selatan Festival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Tono and his wife make decorations for their pedal car for the carnival on Aug. 13. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Tono and his wife make decorations for their pedal car for the carnival on Aug. 13. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Seno prepares light decorations for a pedal car before the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Seno prepares light decorations for a pedal car before the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Aan works on lighting decoration on the body of the car for the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Aan works on lighting decoration on the body of the car for the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • A pedal car is decorated like a wedding car for the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    A pedal car is decorated like a wedding car for the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • A miniature of Tugu, Yogyakarta’s iconic monument, is put on a pink pedal car for the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    A miniature of Tugu, Yogyakarta’s iconic monument, is put on a pink pedal car for the carnival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • A motorist gives a helping hand [or foot rather] to make the trip to the carnival site faster. JP/Aditya Sagita

    A motorist gives a helping hand [or foot rather] to make the trip to the carnival site faster. JP/Aditya Sagita

  • A pedal car is decorated with crackers hung from the ceiling on Aug. 13. Hanging crackers is a part of a game traditionally played on Independence Day in which people try to eat the crackers with both hands behind their back. Independence Day falls every Aug. 17. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    A pedal car is decorated with crackers hung from the ceiling on Aug. 13. Hanging crackers is a part of a game traditionally played on Independence Day in which people try to eat the crackers with both hands behind their back. Independence Day falls every Aug. 17. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • The light decorations make the pedal car carnival shine brightly at nighttime. JP/Aditya Sagita

    The light decorations make the pedal car carnival shine brightly at nighttime. JP/Aditya Sagita

  • A pedal car waits in a long line for the carnival. JP/Aditya Sagita

    A pedal car waits in a long line for the carnival. JP/Aditya Sagita

  • The team of each decorated pedal car wears its own special attire during the carnival. JP/Aditya Sagita

    The team of each decorated pedal car wears its own special attire during the carnival. JP/Aditya Sagita

  • A costumed team operates a pedal car as it passes Plengkung Gading near the South Square. JP/Aditya Sagita

    A costumed team operates a pedal car as it passes Plengkung Gading near the South Square. JP/Aditya Sagita

  • A pedal car and its passengers at the festival. JP/Aditya Sagita

    A pedal car and its passengers at the festival. JP/Aditya Sagita

  • A family of foreign tourists pose with a man dressed as a wayang character during the festival. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    A family of foreign tourists pose with a man dressed as a wayang character during the festival. JP/ Aditya Sagita