Lainie’s Day 5-Jungle Diary [PHOTO ESSAY]

Lainie’s Day 5-Jungle Diary [PHOTO ESSAY]
July 9, 2012 Lainie Liberti

Day 5 –

Mom & Son In the Moment -The Jungle Nature Project

This is Lainie’s diary of Day 5. 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

7:34 – Miro sleeping safely protected by the mosquito net. I’m smiling as I watch him sleep.

9:00 – Red TRC Macaw feasting on guest food. They’re really smart.

10:12 – Feeling nature’s beauty in her still life offerings.

11:19 – Termite’s nest looks deceptively like a brain. Smart?

12:03 – Out for another hike, love being the observer.

12:14 – Disguised as a leaf, this butterfly rests in the jungle. Love the balance of all of it.

1: 15 – We listen. We experience. We learn.

1:45 – Stumbled upon a butterfly meeting.

2:00- A frosty dark beer is the perfect afternoon treat!

2:10 – Beautiful, beautiful lunch! So grateful for this feast!

3:56 – Captured my son in thought. Using his for phone to record voice memos.

4:16 – He spotted the caiman first! What an eye!

5:15 – Honored to watch the sun descend above the beauty which is the Amazon.

6:02 – Another beautiful still life, just waiting to be appreciated.

6:08 – Our guide shares folklore from the jungle. I love stories.

8:30 – Lecture about the research at the Macaw rescue. Fascinating.

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.

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