michaelchristopherbrown michaelchristopherbrown

748 kiriman   525,616 pengikut   866 diikuti

Michael Christopher Brown 

water polo #beijingolympics #2008

Grizzly hunter Angus McDonald, Moose Lake, British Columbia

Habad, 22, originally from Pakistan, was a Taliban living in Waziristan when he was sent on a suicide bombing mission into Paktika province, Afghanistan. Habad was planning to blow himself up in a vehicle after encountering American and foreign troops in Afghanistan. When he drove into Afghanistan he saw many Afghan officers and decided he could not risk killing his 'muslim brothers.' He decided to turn himself in to the local police. "I had to find the power to go into Jihad with the American people," Habad said. "I did not know anything about Americans before....I just knew they invaded many countries and felt I was doing this to help the Afghan people." When this picture was taken in 2009, Habad said he expected to be here at Pul-e-Charkhi prison, outside Kabul, for 20 years.

Defunct Gas Station on the Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho

PRINT SALE **LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

Bear Lodge, AKA Devil’s Tower, Wyoming. According to the Native American tribes of the Kiowa and Lakota, a group of girls went out to play and were spotted by several giant bears, who began to chase them. In an effort to escape the bears, the girls climbed atop a rock, fell to their knees, and prayed to the Great Spirit to save them. Hearing their prayers, the Great Spirit made the rock rise from the ground towards the heavens so that the bears could not reach the girls. The bears, in an effort to climb the rock, left deep claw marks in the sides, which had become too steep to climb. Those are the marks which appear today on the sides of Devils Tower. When the girls reached the sky, they were turned into the stars of the Pleiades.

PRINT SALE **LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

“This photograph is of a beautiful Jingle Dress dancer named Dionna Bull Bear. She is wearing a medicine dress. This style of dancing was adopted from the Ojibwe tribe. Long ago an old man had a very sick daughter. Many different medicine people were called in to help her. Still, she continued to fall more ill. The old man had a dream. He dreamt of this dress and how it is to be designed and made. He was to make it this certain way and given to his daughter to wear. It would bring a healing. The old man shared this dream with the women of the household and together they made this dress. Today we use metal snuff lids but back then they used deer hooves. The dress was put on his daughter and they sang a healing song. They carried her around with the first push up of the song. The second push up or verse of the song they helped her along, the third push up she was moving along alone very slowly, but by the fourth and final push up of the song, she was dancing alone. The power of the healing dress was taking its effect and helping her along. Today this is still a strong belief across all tribes. This is a healing dress that is highly respected. While wearing, one should always carry themselves in a respectful manner with grace and compassion for others. This is encouraged at all times.” – Alice Phelps, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota

PRINT SALE **LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run

“This is Mako Sica, known in English as the Badlands. Millions of years old, they still have many fossils and shells in them. The badlands are where the Ghost Dance was held. The Ghost Dance was a vision told by Wovoka to the Lakota People of how this dance would bring back the buffalo and all their dead relatives, but would also kill off the white man. This was a dance that the US President and cavalry did not want taking place, thus the outcome of Wounded Knee Massacre, and other massacres. Today our people are healing from the negative past events. Today our youth are getting educated while still learning their beautiful culture. We are not a religious people, but a spiritual people. Our learning and healing will continue with the help, love, compassion, and understanding of others.” – Alice Phelps, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota

PRINT SALE **LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

**LINK IN PROFILE TO PURCHASE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints for $150/piece.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

PRINT SALE
**LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints for $150/piece.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

PRINT SALE **LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints for $150/piece.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

PRINT SALE ! **LINK IN PROFILE** Until May 13 I am selling a series of ten signed prints for $150/piece.

These images were taken in 2017 on Native Reservations across the American West, during a grant from Sony #sonyalpha.
Each 6 x 9” signed archival pigment print on 8.5 x 11” museum quality paper is $150, or $1000 for the box set of ten.

10% of the proceeds go to benefit the ongoing relief effort on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Many Oglala Lakota Natives on the Pine Ridge Reservation are experiencing a State of Emergency due to recent flooding events from Winter Storm Ulmer.
First Families Now, a 501(c)(3) on the Reservation, has been helping families with gas, motels, food, cleaning supplies, beds, furniture and more during the flooding events.
Alice Phelps, a high school principal, and her family run the organization. She said much of the problem stems from road destruction and decreased access to these roads as a result of the storms. “People are doing what they can to help each other but some people haven’t been able to go home, and they have children in school.” - Alice Phelps

DETAILS: This print sale ends at midnight EST May 13. Free domestic shipping and $15 Flat Rate International.

Paling Populer Instagram Hashtag