Hopi


Rain


The plaza where Yapaha took place.

A part of the village in which we were staying.


A part of the village in which we stayed, again.


At our community impact day my group cleared out and old storage house on a schools property. We found a bunch of stuff we didn’t want to throw away. Some we gave to kids and some we kept. This mini version water color palette I kept for myself.

The house my host dad grew up in.


One of the many beautiful sunsets. This was by the way the view from our kitchen.


A glimpse from the village when the sun set.


In the corn field, putting up scare crows.

Beautiful little girl with moonlight.


Hands.


The best sunset was watched with good friends and a guitar.


Chris.


A grass hopper.


Host dad showing us which blue corn is ready.

2 reaktioner på ”Hopi”

  1. Wow, Annicka, vilka bilder! Veckan i Hopi land måste ha varit en fantastisk upplevelse. Ser fram emot att du berättar lite mer så småningom.
    Stor kram!

  2. If I google ”yapaha hopi”, your site gives the two first hits, third is a password protected AIE = American Indian Experience, and fourth is a Lakota-Russian dictionary. You have to tell us more about Yapaha!
    /PP

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