Miro’s Day 3-Jungle Diary [PHOTO ESSAY]

Miro’s Day 3-Jungle Diary [PHOTO ESSAY]
July 7, 2012 Miro Sevin Siegel

Day 3 –

Mom & Son In the Moment –The Jungle Nature Project

This is Miro’s diary of Day 3. To read more about this project, be sure to read the project overview.

See the Daily Diaries:

Miro’s  Diaries :    Day 1  |  Day 2  |  Day 3  |  Day 4  |  Day 5  |  Day 6  |  Day 7

Lainie’s  Diaries : Day 1  |  Day 2  |  Day 3  |  Day 4  |  Day 5  |  Day 6  |  Day 7

7:33 – I feel intrigued by the darkness, let’s follow the path and see where it leads..

8:01 – The rainbow tree appears rather colorless. Just give it a month.

9:09 – Challenge accepted.

10:14 – The leaves crunch under my feet.

1:47 – Tree hurricane feels twisted. Only in the jungle.

12:02 -Once a home for Orapendula, now it’s empty.

1:36 – Even hunters rest, calculate and watch.

2:22 – We met this amazing family by the shore. They were in the middle of their lunch, so we didn’t interrupt. That would just be rude, after all.

3:07 – Geese on the lookout, to be fair, they are endangered.

4:32 – Arrived at our next, home. Home sweet home.

5:56 – Going separate ways is just a part of life.

6:40 – A night jungle walk challenges. New sounds to hear, camera flash shows what tree looks like in the dark.

8:10 – The hammocks are calling, the living sound of jungle life surrounds me.


This project made possible through collaboration with the folks from  Rainforest ExpeditionsTo learn more about their lodges, expeditions and tours in Peru’s beautiful Amazon jungle located in both Puerto Maldonado and Tambopata National Reserve, please visit their web site.