The Amazon rainforest from the air

By Ed Yong | August 20, 2011 8:46 am

I’ve just come back from a week in Peru, doing some reporting for a piece I’m writing for Wired UK. I’ll have more on that closer to the point of publication. For the moment, here are some photos of the Peruvian Amazon and nearby mountains, taken from the air.


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Comments (5)

  1. Sathish

    Amazing Snaps!!

  2. Don

    Ed: Shots 2-4 show human activity: logging, fires, roads.

  3. Yep. They’re separate stretches to the one in pic 1, and the caption for pic 1 only applies to pic 1.

  4. Ed,

    So glad you made it to the Peruvian Amazon. It’s a place I have been visiting since 1992. If you want to see more photos (including aerial shots) check out my website Jungle Photos http://www.junglephotos.com/amazon

  5. really beautiful blue of Turquoise lake…

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