painted with minerals on tanned leather, the many tiny stars in the middle represent the milky way,
A sacred object of the Skidi Pawnee tribe who lived in what is now Nebraska, Buffalo hunters, village livers, cosmic believers.
When it entered the Field Museum in Chicago it was already between 100 and 300 years old, the north star is the largest cross
This post is a repost, the original is from this blog, April 18, 2013. There are lots of places to find these kinds of images and what we have learned about such precious items on the internet. See what I mean here
I am still interested in these ancient ways of looking at the sky. I look at the sky every day. I photograph the sunrise almost every day.
Stand up and face the east. Now praise the sky and praise each person under the sky. It's okay to be unsure, but praise, praise, praise. Miranda July