A DAILY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "THE VENICE OF AMERICA"
NOW ON SUMMER VACATION IN HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN
This series is just wonderful. I can feel the drumming inside my whole body. Great. MB
Pounding is the word.I can hear them from here, I love them. Another beautiful shot.
Was there a contest? Just wondering about the number on that guy...who happens to be very sexy ;-D
Its a pleasure to have these traditions alive for actual generations to get an idea of the greatness of their cultures!
Very colorful shot.
Great shots of full regaila. Pow Wows are such a great place to get photos. Thank you for sharing. Reminds me.......... haven't attended our local Pow Wow in a while!We have the Lumbee group of Native Americans in our part of North Carolina who have fought long and hard for recognition.
i love the colors, i couldnt imagine someone trying to make those clothes without modern machines.
Great shots and fantastic outfits! I am enjoying this series very much.
Beautiful culture! :)Léia
Nah...That wasn't the drums you felt vibrating. It was the suspension of the Yugo...
He looks very intense!
I love to go to pow wows and photograph the beautiful colors, intesities, and dance
I am loving these series of shots, B.
There is nothing so powerful as Native-American drumming and fancy-dancing. Keep posting the images. They're wonderful!!
This is a great series of pictures. Keep them coming!
This powwow series is SO striking, B! The workmanship and detail on the regalia is beautiful. And I could listen to drums forever. They're such a soul-ripping instrument. Lucky you for being there to enjoy the sights and sounds.
Another fabulous shot. It's a pity we haven't a video...
I love this series.
Great to see the Native-American Powwow regalia.
A most interesting and colorful series BS - photos and commentary. Their costumes are certainly beautiful but I would think it might be hard to dance wearing such outfits!
I bet know what side you were on when you played Indians and cowboys.
Love the drumming circles at the Pow Wows. Great photo.
I would have enjoyed being there...except maybe for the noise.
Gorgeous colors in the pow wow photos.
Oh, I wish they'd travel out my way. Thanks for the the pictures.
Pow... WOW is right!The detail, when you enlarge the image, is just incredible.
Love your series. Lucky you getting to see it all, and hear it!V
I've been to pow wows in both New Mexico and Minnesota so I can relate to the sounds. Cool photo.
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