A River Scene 5: Extra Long

Photo of extra long dugout canoes being used for public transport along the Fly River

Sunday Market: A Dinner Prospect

Photographer’s Note:  Men and women in perfectly-toned dark skin — many adorned with facial and body tattoos only their fascinating tribal cultures could explain — milling about under the shade on often humid… Continue reading

A River Scene 4: Playing by the Ladder

A photo of kids playing by the bank of the Fly River.

Sunday Market: Bounties of the Earth

  Photographer’s Note:  Men and women in perfectly-toned dark skin — many adorned with facial and body tattoos only their fascinating tribal cultures could explain — milling about under the shade on often… Continue reading

A River Scene 3: Agua de Vida

Aside from providing a vital transportation network with other villages and urban centers, the Fly River and its tributaries is the main source of water for household use (bathing, cooking, washing clothes and… Continue reading

Sunday Market: Veggies in Abundance

Photographer’s Note:  Men and women in perfectly-toned dark skin — many adorned with facial and body tattoos only their fascinating tribal cultures could explain — milling about under the shade on often humid… Continue reading

A River Scene 2

While motorized dinghies can be seen plying the stretch of the Fly River, dugout canoes are still the most common means of transportation among families in villages along the river and its tributaries. … Continue reading

Sunday Market: Just Another Day

Photographer’s Note:  Men and women in perfectly-toned dark skin — many adorned with facial and body tattoos only their fascinating tribal cultures could explain — milling about under the shade on often humid… Continue reading

A River Scene 1

It was a beautiful day in November and I was excited.  After two years, I’ll have another opportunity to visit villages in the jungles (locals and Aussies would call it “the bush”) along… Continue reading

Sunday Close-up: Standing Out