This unique photographic exhibition offers an personal glance at endearing characters, and at the strong relationship they entertain with nature.
Through his photographs, Pierre de Vallombreuse points out how this people deal with the incursion of strangers on their territory. It is a testimony that partly symbolizes the evolution of many indigenous peoples of the world in the present day...
Pierre de Vallombreuse discovered the Palawan valley in 1987, visited it 17 times, and lived more than three years and a half with the people. In the late 1980's, the valley prospered on its own, almost in autarchy. In the 1990's, the road was pierced on the edge of the coast, thus creating a strong influx of migrants from the rest of the Filipino archipelago, and overwhelmed both the environment and the living habits of the Palawan, once a very isolated community of farmers and hunters.