Photographer Luke Duggleby captured stunning and startling images of the centuries-old tradition of whaling in Indonesia.
At a May 2009 World Oceans Conference, the Indonesian government officially declared 3.5 million hectares of critical marine habitat in the Savu Sea for conservation. Though government representatives have assured that traditional whaling -- which has been supporting the surrounding communities means of living -- will not be banned in the area immediately outside the zone, concerns still remain. Lamalera is one of the last remaining Indonesian whaling communities and is categorized by the International Whaling Commission as aboriginal whaling.
What do you think of whaling generally, and specifically traditional whaling methods like this?