Travel documentary pictures are intended only to show atmosphere of the places, I would not call them as my portfolio.
My favourites pictures are in section to pphoto - mainly Photography of people from their ordinary everyday life.
Iban tribe. Ibans were renowned for practising headhunting and tribal/territorial expansion and had a fearsome reputation as a strong and successful warring tribe in ancient times. From what I know it was the strongest tribe on Borneo. here yu may see little bit of their everyday life today.
A river in the middle of Borneo in Sarawak. no swimming, there are crocodiles !
A woman at the corridor of the long-house - without any specific description. She was just sitting with a subtile smile, slightly looking at me, and me observing her as part of perceiving the culture and the energy around. I could only guess what was in her mind, but I guess that was not important. I found more important was to capture vibrations and to understand whether she feels comfortable or not. My vibrations I understood of course.
Yuong Iban woman enjoying afternoon with kids in their long house.
Sitting and resting on Sunday the afternoon in their long house.
Iban man walking to the front part of the lng house
Elderly sitting at the door of the lng house while speaking ibaneese - so I did not understand, but he well accepted my presense
A man looking into the long-house and enjoying the sun at the door.
That is the second captured on the photo. This man with a lot of man's energy proud of his tatooes and his life.
The path from the long house towards the river.
Iban man going to offer me a drink
Would you guess, what these tatooes are about? Is it a star? or rather borneo flower?
A man offering a drink during evening discussion.
Iban people are known as they can drink a lot. I think - probably not like Russians or East Europeans
Elderly woman listening to music an watching TV.
view of the kitchen. And the woman is cleaning after the dinner.
This elder man was making a fishnet, when I watched him for maybe 30 minutes.
He says, in our tradition, if a man cannot make a fishnet - he is not a true man. So yes, he is true man!
Iban woman after the dance in traditional dress.
Families splitting presents and gift all equal.
Ibaneese have great sense of having all split equally among them
Tattoo man with headband during night talk.
A man showing his tattoos. Some of these he made himself. Each tattoo creation includes ritual with magical and shamanic wisdom.
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