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Welcome to the Light
metamorfosa
Double deer stare-down
Home
Drive quickly
A dangerous attraction
Repair the motorcycle before action
Lines of Life
Take gifts from the audience
My dog Sophie
A Hummingbird’s Breakfast
Driving on Ice
Reflecting what's Inside
The Colour of Ice
Montauk Lighthouse on a beautiful day
Dragonfly dining on swallowtail butterfly
Pensive bird on a branch
Calm Before the Supermoon
Blood Red-ish Moon
Monaco in the summer
look at me
contrast
Indians in Siberia
17th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Driving on Ice

When men would go to hunt, women would tell the stories and educate the children about core values to maintain order and to encourage safety from an early age, ensuring that the children knew how to critically analyze dangerous situations and connect with the culture’s spiritual essence. Mothers and grandmothers would pass down religious motifs and origin stories, building pride and understanding in children. This central power to shape and form the minds of the youth gave women an influential voice.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2018
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Date Uploaded: June 14, 2019, 10:26 a.m.
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