The Bajau sea nomads are people who have taken to an aquatic way of life for hundreds of years. They live on long boats, called ‘lepa lepa’, and the skills of underwater diving and hunting are passed down through the generations. Sea Nomads spend up to five hours a day swimming, can free-dive down thirty meters, and have evolved to have better underwater eyesight. They are so at home in the water that the children will even catch a ride on sharks. James Morgan, photographer and VIVOBAREFOOT wearer, has spent years photographing the Sea Nomads way of life, which is rapidly disappearing. He has documented their incredible adaption to aquatic environments and discovered the natural potential of all humans… http://fal.cn/2Oqc
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