About the Book
In November 2009 I followed the path of three doctors, two dentists, and one acupuncturist through the Venezuelan jungle. We navigated the river for 10 days led by three indigenous guides. We visited small villages helping the natives with medicine and vaccines.
When there, I tried to capture the beauty of those places and the mystery of the natives: the indigenous Pemon.
This book is a photography of the harmony between indigenous people and nature.
The proceed from this book will go to Angel Conservation (http://www.angelconservation.org/)
Mission Statement from Angel Conservation:
Angel Conservation is dedicated to creating, developing, documenting, supporting and working with programs / projects that conserve and preserve the cultures of indigenous peoples, native floral / fauna species and the natural environments that gave them life.
Our goals are achieved by working shoulder to shoulder with the indigenous people and with national and international cultural and environmental specialists, institutions and organizations, to provide the resources and programs for education, research and the restoration of cultures and lands.