Posts Tagged ‘Plains Indians’

The Weekly Photo Challenge this week is “Fray.”  When the Plains Indians entered a fray, this is how a warrior and his horse looked (as presented at the Akta Lakota Museum in Chamberlain, South Dakota.)


When we visited Yellowstone last summer, I dreamed of what it must have been like to see a herd of bison families so large it stretched as far as the eye could see.  The families of the Indians depended on those of the bison and made use of every part of each animal killed.

Endless prairie spreads
Shaggy-haired bison content
Plains Indians’ life


If you have time, visit the Weekly Photo Challenge yourself and see the varied interpretations of “Family.”  You won’t be disappointed.  Thanks to my fellow photographers, and others, who visit this week. I’m still enjoying the beauty and warmth of Arizona and my limited internet availability and time means I won’t be able to reciprocate much.  I appreciate your visit and comments and look forward to getting back into the give-and-take next week.