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Cave of Crystals "Giant Crystal Cave" at Naica, Mexico | Geology IN

Discovered by chance, the secret Mexican crystal caves big enough to drive a car through The Naica Mine of the Mexican state of Chihuahua.

cabinetry in Farrow & Ball's Hardwick White- Note the frameless, deep set windows and the low ceiling http://moderncountrystyle.blogspot.ca/2016/07/farrow-and-ball-hardwick-white-for.html

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Navajo man wearing mask of Ganaskidi, god of harvests, plenty, and of mists. 1905

Here for your browsing pleasure is a grand photo of Gaaskidi Ie Ganaskidi, a masked Navajo Indian Man. It was made in 1905 by Edward S. The illustration documents a Navajo man wearing mask of Ganaskidi, god of harvests, plenty, and of mists.

Tonenili--Navajo 1905

Title: Tonenili–Navaho Date Created/Published: January Summary: Navajo man bedecked in hemlock boughs and mask of a clown associated with the mischievous rain god Tonenili, “Water Sprinkler”.

Dancer representing Paqusilahl (

Edward Curtis photograph of Kwakwaka 'wakw Nation dancer representing Paqusilahl (man-of-the-ground embodiment), wearing a mask and shirt covered with hemlock boughs, representing Paqus, a wild man of the woods.

CEREMONIAL DRESS OF THE KWAKIUTL AND NOOTKA TRIBES OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1914. Ceremonial dancer during the Winter Dance ceremony.

Hamasilahl – Qagyuhl Ceremonial dancer, full-length portrait, standing, wearing mask and a fur garment during the Winter Dance ceremony. Photo and caption from Edward S. Curtis Collection (Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division).