I tried to pick some of the nicest shots while adding a bit of variety
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Small house in the community. Simple but very inviting, isn’t?
Inspecting the catch
Misha operating our newly acquired engine
The local indigenous people would come visit us; to talk, to look and to trade.
Butterfly against our bamboo railing
Isolated, nearly unknown little jungle waterfall, 1 hour walking and 200m swimming into the jungle. Loved it!
Wonderful cloud reflections over the Amazon
Symmetry in nature
I see right through you
Mushrooms, growing out of decaying dead vegetation.
Eating lunch together with our landlord, always a good experience.
Another day on the river is coming to an end
Some creepy spiders on the jungle floor
The first sunset. This daily phenomena never ceased to impress me, the Amazon sunsets truly are amazing.
Loved photographing the dragonflies, its such an amazing insect.
A huge population of dolphins live in the river. It’s hard to catch them jumping, but I finally got this one.
New but small houses on the edge of town in Iquitos
Those stunning Amazon sunset!
A floating home, made for adventure!
Our tribal landlord shows us how its done.
Constructing, with the help of our friends.
The day is coming to an end on the beautiful Napo River
Taking the highway home for dinner
The things I see in the wild jungle
I count 11 people on that “casco” plus various food and bagage. I was always so scared that they would capsize and loose all their things.
A rainstorm is approaching as the black clouds are gathering and our flag are wiped into action
Arriving in the community of Brillo Nuevo and quickly making friends that would show us around.
Gone fishin’ as the rain is pouring
The entrance to the Maloka is guarded by these charachters who wards off evil spirits.
Parked at the shore of the small Mazan River