Friday, May 2, 2008

Day 124: Museum of Art

A few more photos from the Native American Art exhibit at the Museum of Art at UND.

These headdresses are made with lots of porcupine quills and eagle feathers, and beadwork.


This is another alabaster carving.

9 comments:

Amy said...

Wow, what beautiful beading goes into those headpieces! Such a cool carving too!

Jess said...

These are amazing, what detail! That carving is awesome... I would totally have something like that on my mantle!

Becky said...

Great color in the headdress shots! That alabaster dude looks like he walked into a spiderweb.

Debbi said...

That yellow headdress is so bright and vibrant - very beautiful! The alabaster carving is amazing.

LuckyMommy's Photography Blog said...

That carving is sooo intriguing and the colors in the headdresses are so bright, you really captured them well.

Sara said...

That carving is out of this world. I kept staring at it...

Christi said...

Beautiful colors. That carving is so cool!

pat said...

Those headdresses are incredible! What a great museum.

Amy said...

Hi Angela! You asked about the diffuser and I guess this is the best way to answer! :)

I use the diffuser to photograph flowers whenever the bright sun is directly on them. It's white, you can't see through it, but it lets light through like they're in nice shade. It is the base for my reflectors. This is the one I have: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/270876-REG/Lastolite_LL_LR3096_30_5_in_1_Reflector.html

Amy :)