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THE “BOOKS” .. .. .. HERE THEY ARE!

FINALLY………..My books are Published!……….Three of them  are here!  NOW !!

There will be TWELVE  volumes in the Whole Set !!

The three books,

Living on the Ocean Ice:

People of the Arctic:

Festival / Blanket -Toss:

 

Each book has 48 fine art images of the highest quality, resolution and outstanding COLOR.

These books come in 5 different sizes !!

5 x 7 – 8.5 x 11 – 11 x 14 – 13 x 19 – 17 x 22 (larger sizes  upon request)  64″ Wide Max.

We also have 8.5 X 11 inch books that contain:  48 images, 120 images or 180 images

All of the “stories” behind all of these images are HERE

HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE & HERE !!

 

Home Sweet Frozen Home for 12 weeks !!

Home Sweet Frozen Home for 12 weeks !!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are the GREATEST people I have ever met in my life.

These are the GREATEST people I have ever met in my life.

 

 

"how high can you fly" ?

“How high can you fly” ? Blanket – Toss is many different things.    Strike a “Pose”.

 

 

Obama Admits: I Was Born in Morocco

Can this be true ? :

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a press conference this morning, President Barack Obama admitted that he was, in fact, born in Morocco.

President Obama speaks  Read it an ‘weep’ !

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Bowhead by Charlie Hopson

Bowhead
by Charlie Hopson, Inupiat whaler

Silently I move toward destiny.
Quietly, you, Inupiat, await my destiny.

I can hear you as I move under the ice.
I can see you as I surface.

Together we wait.
Both know what the other thinks.

Although we live in different worlds,
We exist for each other.

I move towards you Inupiat,
Because it is my destiny.

Quietly I approach you.
Silently you move towards me.

I give you your culture.
I give myself, Bowhead Whale.

“The Inupiat never boast they have caught a whale. They receive a whale, and they do so humbly. They believe that the whale chooses to sacrifice itself, that if a hunter creates a place pleasing to the animals, it will choose to die there and tell the others to come next year. Nothing logical about animal behavior or natural selection can shatter this belief, it is so deeply felt among the Inupiat. Doubting it would be akin to blasphemy, an abandonment of their heritage.”
– Marla Cone