Portrait of Lukas, Brazza River, on the way to the Korowai sector. Lukas is playing the Yew's harp, wearing his bird of paradise feather crown.
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Two angles, same story: Korowai Motherhood. A Korowai woman carrying her child on her back, using the traditional "Knoking", during hard work. The children are used to this and usually sleep a good sleep while their mothers are working.
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A Dani man during the Baliem Valley Festival.
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A Dani from the Baliem Valley standing on his watchtower in the sky.
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Young girl with a Victoria Crowned Pigeon, Brazza River, on the way to Asmat.
Asmat men returning home after a boat ceremony. Typical: Stand up paddeling.
A man from the Korowai tribe in his tree house preparing a fruit of the pandanus tree (buah merah). This fruit is considered a delicacy and is usually eaten with sago.
Sunrise in the village Omandesep, Coastal Asmat.
View into a valley. Yali village, close to Kosarek. People of the Yali tribe cover the roofs of their huts with leaves of pandanus.
View on Carstensz Pyramid mountain range. Expedition group during a short break.
Dani women of the Baliem Valley during a pig festival.
A Korowai lady smashing sago pulp during the sago making process.