Wild tribe in the Amazon forest in the lens of the Brazilian
• Wild tribe in the Amazon forest in the lens of the Brazilian
Brazilian photographer Stukert Ricardo (Ricardo Stuckert) flying in a helicopter, but the storm had to change course. The change of course gave him amazing photos isolated from civilization, an Indian tribe living in the Amazon rainforest.
High resolution photos were taken in the Brazilian state of Acre near the border with Peru. This region is strictly protect their forests and Aboriginal people. The picture shows a small group of men in loincloths, with arms and with painted bodies. During contact one man even fired at the helicopter from a bow.
Experts say that this is the same tribe, which has attracted attention in 2008, when there were pictures of male Indians with red paint on their bodies, which are fired from the bow of a low-flying aircraft. It is believed that they change the parking lot approximately every four years.
"I thought that I was an artist of the last century - shared his impressions of the photographer with National Geographic magazine. - Thought that in the XXI century there are still people who are not in contact with civilization and live as their ancestors lived 20 thousand years ago - it's hard. "