My Native American chieftain drawing, Micron .005
My family’s bach in the far north of New Zealand, tucked away in native bush
Tolomato cemetery, St Augustine, Fl. Built atop a Native American village, there are 1000+ graves here.
Except she proved she’s not a Native American
The Pontic rhododendron is a species of Rhododendron native to southern Europe and southwest Asia. Picture taken near Kosti village, Strandja mountains, Bulgaria. [1954×1507]
Met this guy and his brother at The Arctic Fox Centre in Iceland. They were found after their parents had been hunted and killed. Hand raised by the good folk at the centre, they’re ambassadors for their species. The Arctic Fox is the only native land mammal in Iceland. [OC] [4217×3018]
Rare Ashe Magnolia in its native environment
As his native Hawaiian guide stands by, a man from our small group scatters his mother’s ashes into Kilhuea, Big Island, Hawaii [OC] [1280×768]
The tuatara is a unique reptile native to New Zealand considered a “living fossil” because its only relatives date back to the time of the dinosaurs. They can also live up to 100 years and have a third eye.
My husband’s Native American grandmother…the first Indian Princess in the New York State Fair.
Native American Angel Marker
Kiowa buckskin with drawing showing Native Americans fighting US Army soldiers, c. 1879-1907. [2932×1772]
Daguerreotype view of the partially destroyed ancient Native American mound known as “Big Mound” in St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1854. It was built by the Mississippian culture between 1000-1400 AD and its last remnants were leveled by a railroad company in 1869. [5224×4110]
Cliffs and black sand beaches of Waipi’ o Valley, HI. The historic burial grounds of native Hawaiian royalty