Basket Weave MAZE by DAdeSimone


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This is the indigenous Native American design of the Tohono O’odham (Desert People) tribe depicting OUR (man’s) place in the Universe’s Maze. This tribe has resided in what’s now called Baja Arizona for thousands of years. This iconic design has been part of their basket weaving for as long.
The historic San Xavier mission church was built near one of the tribes villages to convert them to Catholicism starting in 1692. I took this photo from a display at the church.
Photo taken with my Canon Digital ELPH point and shoot camera.

SOLD this TEE on 12/2/11

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I am happy and re-wired (since I retired) and carry my digital point and shoot camera on most adventures I head out my door to engage the world. I lived in Tucson, Arizona and now live on the beach in Thailand.
This Red Bubble site is for showing some of the photos that I find interesting or fit a particular group inspired agenda. That’s how I’m learning to ‘have a better eye’ since joining RB in 2009.

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  • DAdeSimone
    DAdeSimonealmost 3 years ago

    AND a good design for those just beginning ‘the MAZE of Life’!!

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