One word, I think, sums up this photo: Lucky!
This was my first view of the Amazon and it didn't disappoint. I don't deny many of the negative headlines of deforestation and biodiversity loss, but I can happily report..
Whilst working in the Amazon this summer, I was privileged to be surrounded by a staggering array of wildlife. Caiman cruised the depths..
Perhaps the most Iconic image we brought home from the Amazon..
For some reason, whenever I land back at London Heathrow it's always raining. Four days before I'd been trekking through dense rainforest, leaving behind me a science camp that had been home for the past month..
With a laden rucksack and my mind buzzing with anticipation, I head off to London Heathrow. Before I know it (after three flights, two boats and a hefty walk) I'll be immersed in the Amazon rainforest..
Our train slows to a stop and passengers bustle forth. The platform is consumed in a wave of commuters, we pile out of the carriage, unwieldy luggage in tow..
48 hours after becoming involved with the Amazon expedition, I found myself piling kit into a rucksack and heading North for Windermere..
Amazon... a single word can encompass so much that it's difficult to know where to begin. The greatest river, the largest rainforest, home to 10% of all known species; but statistics and facts probably don't do it justice..