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Evening time on jungle waterways - Borneo, (Kalimantan) Indonesia.
Clear waters of the atolls off Borneo - Indonesia.
Pigs awaiting slaughter at a funeral in the Tana Toraja region (Sulawesi), Indonesia.
Archipelagos off the coast of North-Eastern Borneo, Indonesia.
2-years ago on this day a 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal. We were there when it happened and witnessed the immediate aftermath. Pictured here is Durbar Square in ruins an hour after the quake.
Shop owner and her grandson sit outside their small store in the sweltering humid heat - Tana Toraja region (Sulawesi), Indonesia.
Baby Tree as it is named is a burial tree where still born children were buried inside. You can see pictured the small tomb like hollowed out portions of the tree. No longer does this practice occur, but the tree is still highly revered - Tana Taraja region (Sulawesi), Indonesia.
Orangutan approaches a guide to say hello - Borneo, Indonesia.
Tombs hewn into rock faces in the Tana Toraja region, Indonesia. The effigies seen are for the noble class only and reflect loved ones buried inside.
Christ statue over Makale, Indonesia.
Will inside of ancient burial caves - Tana Toraja region, Indonesia.
Happy Easter!! He is Risen!!
At the giant Christ statue of Makale, Indonesia a large number of visitors are Muslims like this young girl here who asked me for a photo together. This would not be a place you'd expect Muslims to visit, but it is very popular. We were even told large numbers come to celebrate the end of Ramadan at the statue.
Statue of Jesus which is one of the largest in the world - Makale, Indonesia.
Torajan girls at a funeral ceremony in village - Tana Toraja region, Indonesia.
Watching the jungle pass by as we slowly journey upriver in Borneo - Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Rice terraces in the Tana Toraja region of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Tombs hewn into stone - Tana Toraja region, Indonesia.
Orangutans in Tanjung Puting National Park, Indonesia.
Journeying up river and along jungle waterways on the island of Borneo - Kalimantan, Indonesia.