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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers. The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry. The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song. The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Gunarto Song/Solent News ? Gunarto Song/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800