Golden. Photography by Zhang Jingna
"Where’s your horse? Would you bless me? I’ve always wanted to be blessed by an Indian."
These are the types of questions photographer Matika Wilbur, a member of the Swinomish and Tulalip tribes, has encountered when meeting non-Native people. Such experiences have largely prompted her latest endeavor, Project 562. Wilbur, whose name means “messenger,” wants to use her photography to deliver a powerful message about what it means to be Indian.
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the fuck i don’t get where some people get the nerve to say such things but i’m a sucker for a great photo project
The second from the last pic — WOW!!!!
Mizutani Yaeko 水谷八重子 in Kyuukanchou 九官鳥 (Myna bird) - Shouchiku 松竹 - 1927, Japan
THE MORE I SEE BLACK AND PURPLE THE MORE EXCITED I GET
the buugeng is a type of s-staff.
to the best of my knowledge, it is used to engage in geometric visual warfare