A DAILY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "THE VENICE OF AMERICA"
NOW ON SUMMER VACATION IN HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN
Love the ceremonial shades.
One of my favorite events to attend and photograph. Looking forward to seeing more.
That outfit is beautiful. I have seen northwest Native Americans dance, and am partial to all NA music.
a people with so much culture and tradition, great shot
The costume look amazing, I'm trying to imagine the sounds and the music! An event with a lot of possibilities for the lens.
Wow! Such bright and vibrant colours. Extraordinary is right.
Really beautiful, I like a lot the colours!A cool event for sure!Léia
This is a great opening post for this series.
Are you sure he isn't from The Castro in San Francisco?
The ceremonial dress is so great. I have been to one PowWow and it was spectacular. the colors are so vibrant. Wonderful people with a wonderful heritage.Can't wait for more pics. Hurry Hurry!!!MB
he should not have worn those glasses...
Oh yes, this man has a beautiful dress on. Just lovely - can't wait to see more!
I would like so much to see live performance.
I have never been to a pow wow! I look forward to seeing your photos.
B.. I love your outfit!
There's a PoWWoW held in Greenville about 30 miles north of here every year, but I don't know the tribe - It really is amazing to watch - all very interesting... not to mention COLORFUL!
The colors are gorgeous!
I've not heard of this tribe nor have I ever been to a Pow Wow. If I ever get the chance again, though, I will go!The costumes are rather incredible!
Nothing you can see around here, love the colors!
WOW! Super! I love these pow=wows!
Indeed great colors. Looking forward to more pictures!
Absolutely wonderful colours.
Oh Yay! I loved going to the Powwow in MI! His headpiece is fantastic ;D
Hey I think I know that guy! I might have a shot of him from a group of photos I posted in July. Nice shot!
Wonderful colors and movement.
Beautiful! Definitely an event worth going to.
Love how you captured the movement - I can almost hear the drums.
You are absolutely correct about pow wows. They are real WOW events.