Sometimes in life we are blown away by what we didn’t know but have the privilege to learn about. This week we got a chance to Skype with Adventure Sports Photographer, Michael Clark, (http://www.michaelclarkphoto.com) who captured images for Celine Cousteau’s incredible film project.
Learning about minimally contacted tribes in Brazil, their life, and their plea for help, through pictures, stories, and videos, was so powerful for these students! When the documentary is final and released, it will be life altering.
This tribe below is the most war like. They are the Jaguar tribe. If you look close, you can see how they simulate Jaguars in their bodies.
We were fascinated by the idea of living without money and how some tribes send a representative to the government to ask for assistance, by means of supplies. This one particular tribe was given board shorts and flip-flops for the villagers.