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Indigenous People Projected On Rainforest Canopy

In order to help improve awareness of the huge and ongoing deforestation programme that is ravaging the Amazon rainforest, a French photographer Philippe Echaroux recently projected portraits of indigenous Brazilian people onto tree canopies there as part of his latest project “The Blood Forest”.

The images beamed onto the canopy feature the Brazilian Surui tribe led by Chief Almir Surui Narayamoga, are designed to help demonstrate the very real connection between the forest and its inhabitants being human or animals, whilst acknowledging the need to preserve their home and ensure the longevity of the forest. Images used were taken of tribe members that have been working hard to protect their individual areas within the forest.

 

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