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Re: [OM] IMG: Native American guide at Taos Pueblo

Subject: Re: [OM] IMG: Native American guide at Taos Pueblo
From: Peter Klein <boulanger.croissant@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2017 14:38:47 -0700
John:  Given current events, and that we're both old enough to remember that 1968 incident, I don't blame you!
--Peter


John Hudson wrote:
> Gee Peter, I read that as the USS Pueblo :-)

> ----
>
> On 2017-10-02 12:13 AM, Peter Klein wrote:
> Jaelynn is a 17 year-old member of the Taos Pueblo tribe.  She took us
> on a tour of the Pueblo.  Here, she explains the use of the adobe
> "beehive" ovens.
> <https://www.flickr.com/photos/24844563@N04/37393750792/in/dateposted-public/>
>
>
> And here, Jaelynn talks about the importance of the river behind her,
> which is the tribe's source of water.  Its source is Blue Lake, 11,000
> ft up in the mountains. The lake is sacred to the tribe. For most of the
> 20th century, Blue Lake was controlled by the U.S. Forest Service as a
> recreation area.  In 1970, the lake was returned to tribal control.
> <https://www.flickr.com/photos/24844563@N04/37424515311/in/dateposted-public/>
>
>
> Here's a view of a Pueblo house with the mountains behind. I liked this
> one in both B&W and color, so I made it both ways.
> <https://www.flickr.com/photos/24844563@N04/37167441980/in/dateposted-public/>
>
> <https://www.flickr.com/photos/24844563@N04/37424515271/in/dateposted-public/>
>
>
> if you're interested, here is an article that describes, from the
> tribe's point of view, their struggle to regain Blue Lake.
> <https://sites.coloradocollege.edu/indigenoustraditions/sacred-lands/taos-blue-lake/>
>
>
> Olympus E-M5 and Panasonic 20/1.7.  Enjoy!
> --Peter

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