Indonesia’s Sea Nomads

This is the incredible photo diary of a British photographer who spent seven months living with the sea nomads, the amazing people who count SHARKS as family pets. The people and their remarkable habits were documented for six months by young British photographer James Morgan.James lived as one of the tribe sharing their small five metre by one metre house boats, known as Lepa Lepa, and learning to free dive without oxygen to depths of 50 feet.

This is the incredible photo diary of a British photographer who spent seven months living with the sea nomads, the amazing people who count SHARKS as family pets. The people and their remarkable habits were documented for six months by young British photographer James Morgan.James lived as one of the tribe sharing their small five metre by one metre house boats, known as Lepa Lepa, and learning to free dive without oxygen to depths of 50 feet.

This is the incredible photo diary of a British photographer who spent seven months living with the sea nomads, the amazing people who count SHARKS as family pets. The people and their remarkable habits were documented for six months by young British photographer James Morgan.James lived as one of the tribe sharing their small five metre by one metre house boats, known as Lepa Lepa, and learning to free dive without oxygen to depths of 50 feet.

This is the incredible photo diary of a British photographer who spent seven months living with the sea nomads, the amazing people who count SHARKS as family pets. The people and their remarkable habits were documented for six months by young British photographer James Morgan.James lived as one of the tribe sharing their small five metre by one metre house boats, known as Lepa Lepa, and learning to free dive without oxygen to depths of 50 feet.

This is the incredible photo diary of a British photographer who spent seven months living with the sea nomads, the amazing people who count SHARKS as family pets. The people and their remarkable habits were documented for six months by young British photographer James Morgan.James lived as one of the tribe sharing their small five metre by one metre house boats, known as Lepa Lepa, and learning to free dive without oxygen to depths of 50 feet.