Tag Archive: Native American

Ornate in Religion

While searching for my most ornate photos, I realized that most of the subjects are religion or ritual related.         The Daily Post: Ornate Advertisements

Castillo de San Marcos – St. Augustine, Florida

There isn’t much to photograph at the Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, Florida; however, if you like history, there is plenty to learn about this place. ┬áSeminole War Chief Osceola was… Continue reading

Word a Week Photo Challenge – Workers

From “A Word in Your Ear” photo challenge, this week’s word is Workers. I didn’t think I had many photos of workers, but apparently I do. ­čÖé            … Continue reading

Statue of Shawnee Chief Tucumseh and Spiritual Teachings

As a traveller, I wouldn’t recommend Southern Illinois to be a destination to visit unless you plan to die of boredom. However, there is a lot of history and places worth stopping if… Continue reading

Native American Horses

I love all animals, but I haven’t had much experience with horses except for photographing them. I often wonder if they can read the human mind, because of the way they react. The… Continue reading

Native American Dolls

This was my very first Native American doll, brought to me from Cherokee, North Carolina. She used to have braided thread-like hair with a headband and feather, but either the dog got it… Continue reading

Native American Pow Wow: Jingle Dancer

The Jingle Dance is performed by Native American women, and its origins began with the Chippewa tribe. Traditionally, the jingles on the dress were made with tobacco cans, but today they can be… Continue reading