Published on 24th October 2012

The Liquid Serpent

  • Peru, 2012. The Amazons

  • Aerial view of the Napo River. Beni Region. Ecuador. 2011

  • Transvestites throughout The Amazons came to live in Iquitos for the tolerance associated whith the city. Althought their work is mostly confined to prostitituion or as cookers in restaurants at the city. Dulce Maria (Sweet Maria, 24yrs old) and Jenny (19years old) both works together on the streets at night. Each customer pays between 10 and 20 soles (between 4 and 8 U.S. dollars). Peru, Loreto Region, Iquitos. 2012

  • Peru, 2012. The Amazons

  • Bolivia, 2012. The Amazons

  • A Quichua Chaman in the rainforest. Napo Region. Ecuador. 2011

  • Napo Region. Ecuador. The Amazons. 2011

  • View of the sky in Coca. Napo region, The Amazons. 2011

  • Ecuador, 2011. The Amazons

  • The introduction of cattle was given by the Jesuits at the same time they created aboriginal reductions in the Beni region at the end of XVII century. Bolivia. 2012

  • Amazon River. Iquitos, Loreto region. The Amazons. 2012.

  • Iquitos, Peru. 2012.

  • Jaguar. Iquitos, Loreto region. Peru. The Amazons. 2012.

  • Moxeño Dancer. Moxeños adopted elements of Catholic Jesuits adapting them to traditional culture. City of Trininidad. Boliva. The Amazons. 2012.

  • Natural gas is burned off 24 hours a day in oil refineries alongside the Via Auca. Napo region, Ecuador. 2011

  • The introduction of cattle was given by the Jesuits at the same time they created aboriginal reductions in the Beni region at the end of XVII century. Bolivia. 2012

The Liquid Serpent

Contemporary Issues, Nature & Environment, Documentary

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