Photos from Theogony editors Griffin Harris and Sam Wingfield’s trip to the Sucusari River basin in the Peruvian Amazon, where they worked with George Mason University and a local indigenous tribe. Their essay detailing the trip is published on Theogony here. All photos by Brian Griffiths.
A man plants rice on a seasonal island in the Napo River.
A starry night as seen from the Sucusari River.
Victornio Rios Torres, Maijuna hunter, paddles a dugout canoe on the Sucusari River.
A Maijuna child plays in the mud.
A bonfire on a seasonal island on the Napo River.
Torres talks about the medicinal use of jungle plants.
A monkey peeks out from a banana bunch.
An Amazonian sunset.
Telmo Sangama, Maijuna grower.
Sebastian Ochoa, leader of the Maijuna, speaks to George Mason students.