Dan Pantone

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7th September 2007

Dan Pantone has spent much of his life photographing the indigenous peoples of the Amazon river basin, and is an authority of traditional cultures and the rainforests of south and central america. See his images at www.amazon-indians.org and www.matses.info

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Dan Pantone's activity

  1. April 2010
  2. Dan Pantone reviewed Templo Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico

    Templo Mayor was the main temple of the Aztecs, located at the centre of the capital city of the Aztec nation, and dedicated to two gods: Huitzilopochtli, the god of war, and Tlaloc, the god of rain. This double dedication explains the way the temple is…"

  3. October 2009
  4. Dan Pantone reviewed Arcadia National Park in New England, United States

    The Arcadia National Park covers most of Mount Desert Island, but its boundaries also include some of the smaller islands along Maine's coast. Red and grey squirrels, white tailed deer, chipmunks, moose, beavers, porcupines, foxes, muskrats, bobcats, co…"

  5. Dan Pantone reviewed Vai Beach in Crete, Greece

    Vai Beach has the largest natural palm forest in Europe, which can be a surprise when you arrive from Crete's rockier interior. The water is clear and bright blue and good for snorkelling. In the 70s this used to be a famous hippy spot, in the 80s it w…"

  6. August 2009
  7. Dan Pantone reviewed Mauritius Natural History Museum in Port Louis, Mauritius

    What do you think of when you think of Mauritius? OK, maybe after you've imagined the perfect beaches? Dodos. There's just something about these little guys, so unlikely looking, with their name to match that captivates generation after generation of …"

  8. September 2007
  9. Dan Pantone rated Matsés: The "Cat People" of the Amazon