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Boly Sarr, a retired fisherman in his home. He says they once had to drag their boats very far to reach the sea, and due to rising seas now store the boats in the streets of the community.
Petrified Lava
Praying mantis  the shade of a pink zinnia
Burt and Deborah From Here to Eternity
Point Reyes stairway to lighthouse
The adventurous
Where the sun's light fails to reach
A rainbow from a mototaxi
UP, no Down, no Up
A Man Looks Out the Door
Alligator while sightseeing in the Everglades
KonKow Maidu
Jersey Shore
Cool Ferns
Yosemite reflections
The Biennial Gwich'in Gathering 2016
Male and Female He Created Them
A young boy plays with a toy boat in the boatbuilding center of the fishing community, Guet Ndar.
The Hunter hunted
Rainbow city of Cajobi
A praying mantis eating a moth among zinnias
A sun drenched path at the Summer Temple
Consultants and planners assess the progress of the 'Nueva Barria', the new community being built on the mainland for the Gardi Subdub community to relocate to in order to cope with rising seas.
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
KonKow Maidu

This picture was taken at the Annual Salmon Festival held in Oroville, Ca. This group of dancers perform the opening ceremony, the Blessing of the Salmon. They are from Concow Valley, California.

TAGS: California, Native American

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