Gallery AwardDine (Navajo) Elder

Dine (Navajo) Elder Dine (Navajo) Elder
Copyright by: Bill McLaughlin, United States
made for the competition Street Photography wsp6 (2018 / 2019) - 1
This series was taken on Black Mesa back in the 90s on the Navajo reservation. The Dine Elders, or Grandmothers, were in a desperate struggle with the Peabody Coal Company. Peabody was attempting to throw these traditional sheep herders off their land so it could exploit the rich coal deposits beneath the elder's feet. The struggle for the land the life of the Dine continues today.

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This photo is in "The Gallery"
Technical Information:
Camera : Minolta x-700
Copyright : Bill McLaughlin
Taken : 1998
Uploaded : 10 months ago
Category : Street - Portrait
Favorites : 5
Views : 4
External Views : 339
Votes : 9
Points : 90.05
Facebook likes: 0
FINAL Points : 90.05
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