In merging two photographs, a Wounaan hunter is caught in a tropical downpour. Accessible only by this river of life, the rain sustains a daily flow that cleanses and restores the jungle while cooling its inhabitants. The final fifty-four miles needed to complete the 12,000 mile Pan-American Highway remains unfinished as the impenetrable dense Darien Jungle stands gloriously in the way.
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