Aireys inlet — Just wondering if there could be a connection between today’s sunrise and the fact that the temperature is expected to climb to over 100F this afternoon. Possibly something about atmospheric layers of heat and/or humidity creating visual effects. Anyhow, so far, no fires anywhere near, but we are hunkered down like people waiting for a hurricane. I saw these five Yellow-tailed Black Cockies fly...
Aireys inlet — All along the Australian Surf Coast, one can find a series of Aboriginal Ochre Mines in the high cliffs that stretch between Torquay and Aireys Inlet. The colors range from bright yellow and deep gol...
Santa fe — By coincidence the birth of modern European opera coincides perfectly with the coming of Europeans to Pueblo country.. Indeed, Santa Fe was founded in 1607, the same year that Monteverdi composed his...
In South Dakota, USA and came across a beautiful carving of the white buffalo. Loving the country here. Very Beautiful!
A Night at the Opera: Santa Fe Style IX
New Digs: Santa Fe Style V
Aboriginal Ochre Mining
Night Flying Moth
Sun Comes up like an A-bomb
The Seven Teachings are part of the First Nations Peoples lives, living on the Prairies here in Canada
Legend of the Lakota Sioux
Brandon, Manitoba Industrial School
Suicide on reserves
Alcoholism on reserves
Susan, Swampy Cree Woman.
Fort Desjarlais (1836-1858)Fort Desjarlais is remembered as the largest fort, most prominent and most successful of the Souris River trading posts in the fur trading days in Manitoba.
John Norquay (1841-1889) First Metis Premier of Manitoba.
Stott Site and the Buffalo Jump.
"The legend of the White Horse"
Growing up on reserve
My Christmas present
A picture of The Plains Indian Buffalo Hunt, by my son, in grade 6.
As the season changes and brings new colors, so does the wildlife that we have here in Manitoba Canada!
Wanted to go swimming, she made a few new friends and all they had to say was quack, quack, quack!
Braelynn loves the annual pow wow we have here. She has fun and it fills my heart with pride as I watch her dance.
What an unexpected surprise when you are out only traveling and not hunting. He had just made it across the highway.
Wanuskewin heritage park website
My Métis sash
A gift from my father
The métis people in North America
Learning about my ancestry
Indigenous weaving from the Maldives
Taking a moment to pose for a picture, she really gets so excited when the older girls, ladies invite her to dance with them.
Winter has arrived here in The Pas/OCN Canada, and when looking around you will see birds still trying to find food.
My granddaughter just loves taking part in our communities events,as here she is taking in Opaskwayak Indian Days that is hosted annually.