13th November 2012

Life on the Peruvian Amazon. We took the skiff for almost five hours from our moored riverboat until we found a lagoon so dense with floating water lettuce and water lilies that it covered the entire surface, and we motored slowly through what appeared to be a field. The green parted for us, then closed behind us; earth was water, and water, earth.  Life on the Peruvian Amazon. We took the skiff for almost five hours from our moored riverboat until we found a lagoon so dense with floating water lettuce and water lilies that it covered the entire surface, and we motored slowly through what appeared to be a field. The green parted for us, then closed behind us; earth was water, and water, earth. 

Life on the Peruvian Amazon. We took the skiff for almost five hours from our moored riverboat until we found a lagoon so dense with floating water lettuce and water lilies that it covered the entire surface, and we motored slowly through what appeared to be a field. The green parted for us, then closed behind us; earth was water, and water, earth. 

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