Photographer's Note

Admire with the wisdom of indigenous, their house is built with branch, bamboo and tree bark, although their house is built with materials that easily ignited, the interior of their house still completed with a kitchen and traditional oven. To avoid burn up their house, they fill soil or stone plates below the oven. Besides cooking, the oven in their house is useful for keeping warm their house by night since they are living in the tropical forest where very cool in the night. Of course this photo is shoot in a model house at the cultural village. They can live in their own community without technology in the city, in this photo you can see their vessels and tools are made by mud, bamboos and roattan. The branch above the oven is use for hanging a pot to boiling the water for cooking soup, and for hanging a prey to roast too.

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Additional Photos by Ally Theanlyn (shevchenko) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2575 W: 64 N: 4774] (20560)
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