Just spent 4 days in the Amazon Jungle. The experience couldn’t be full without swimming in the Amazon River, fishing piranhas (and eating them), sleeping in hammocks in the middle of jungle, meeting locals, eating random crazy staff from the jungle, watching sunsets and sunrises, swinging on lianas, learning about jungle, having Indian jungle tattoo and face paint and many many other Amazonian things.
In the pictures: Sunrises in the Amazon Jungle. #amazonia#amazonrainforest#rainforest#sunrise#jungle#amazon#amazonjungle#wilderness#amazonriver#amazônia
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Nuestros grandes arboles! Y las marcas del tiempo!
Visita Amazonas y conoce nuestro mitos leyendas e historias reales del diario vivir!
Мой телефон разряжается только в двух случаях: когда работаешь нон-стоп🛩или когда ты живешь в отеле на берегу Амазонки, куда плыть минут 40 от ближайшей деревни , а электричество включают только на 3 часа вечером 😂и ты слушаешь идеальную музыку природы, а путь на ужин освещает Луна🌝 спасибо мир, за этот чистый кайф😍на повестке в ближайшие дни: 🐍посмотреть в глаза анаконде, 🐨обнять ленивца , искупаться в бассейне реки Амазонка и 💙просто дышать 🦋 #amazonriver#peru#iquitos#река#амазонка#джунгли
Peruvian children on the bank of the Amazon river smile and laugh as they shove their way into the frame of my camera. Once they learned I had brought candy for them from Iquitos, they flocked to me in numbers. Their families have made camp on the riverbank for the months to come, they come from a small village named 'Indiana' some miles down the river. They will stay and fish the river until it rises and floods the bank, forcing them to retreat. It is their main source of income, filling old refrigerator tubs with hundreds of fish and taking them 4 hours down the Amazon to Iquitos where they will sell and split the profits between one another.
I would like to announce, that I successfully finished my Kambo Training with Kambo Naturista and I am a qualified Kambo Practitioner based in Scotland.
I now offer Kambo treatments solely based on donations at customers home.
Kambo also known as Sapo or Acate is a traditional natural remedy that is used by various indigenous tribes of the Amazon. This nocturnal treefrog (lat. Phyllomedusa bicolor) produces the skin secretion, which has been used for ages as a natural treatment in the Amazon jungle. It has potent effects on the whole human body, mind and soul.
Traditionally it is used for:
* Healing and cleansing of the body
* Physical strength and stamina
* Spiritual and mental clarity
* Luck and zest of life.
I now offer Kambo treatments in Scotland, the whole of UK and Lithuania.
Family @home.napo - Dora the explorer @dora13x checking out the camping platform with view of the #naporiver ... Who would like to stay in the heights, listening to the pumping sound and feeling the fresh breeze of the tributary of the #amazonriver ?
To make that picture I had to wet my pants till the knees inside the waters of the Amazon River. The most curious thing is that in general when I get closer to a kid with my camera they almost always smile, laugh or hide their face. But this kid never changed his face. He looked at me in the eyes. So serious. Unfortunately I never had the chance to share two or three words with him in order to know better his story but to me this look tell many stories. (Fuji X100)
The Electric Eel can produce electrical currents as powerful as 800 Volts. It does so using
organs in its abdomen, called Electrocytes. When the Eel finds prey, it charges the
organs. It discharges by allowing sodium Ions to flow through channels in the
Electrocytes, causing a massive release of energy. It can even use this to control its prey
by sending small charges through its nervous system.
As we arrived back from an afternoon spent filming on the river the colours of the sky reflected in the water showed once again how colourful and vibrant the rainforest can be. A few minutes later and this scene was pitch black. The darkness however allows your other senses to take over. The sounds here in the Amazon are incredible and I would argue that the rainforest often appears more alive at night than during the day. “Life continues even in times of darkness.” * *