Tribal Canoe Journey ~ Canoes Resting On Shore by Elaine Bawden
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My camera is a Panasonic LUMIX FH27 digital

The Annual July 2011 Tribal Canoe Journey hosted by The Quileute

Pullers from dozens of Pacific Northwest tribes and Canadian first nations are particitating. The annual voyage through the Salish Sea is a cultural

celebration of traditional song, dance & storytelling. It involves tribes from the North Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound, Vancouver Island and the British
Columbia mainland. Pullers will embark from their own shores and make daily stops at other tribes. Each landing involves the traditional protocol,
where the visiting pullers ask the host tribe for permission to land.
This year’s journey culminates with a inter-tribal celebration at the Swinomish tribe in La Conner on July 25. The canoes landed at Port Townsend’s Fort Worden State Park on July 19. The three S’Klallam bands gave welcome to the canoes and paddlers in Port Townsend.
The Lower Elwha Klallam is hosting several tribes from Washington state, western Vancouver Island and the Victoria area. Pullers and their support teams will leave their canoes on the shore and make the short drive to the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal Center for dinner and an evening of singing, dancing and storytelling ~ This information is from the Peninsula Daily News.

I enthusiastically love playing with art, exploring new mediums and new things with old mediums! Started when I could hold a pencil and am still going.

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  • Lynn Bawden
    Lynn Bawdenover 3 years ago

    This came out great!!! I love your text as well, Elaine~Lynn

  • Thank you very, very much for your wonderful compliment Lynn, it means a lot to me!!! :))))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • Harry Oldmeadow
    Harry Oldmeadowover 3 years ago

    lovely Elaine _ the text and image together are very evocative

  • Such a great compliment Harry, thank you very, very much!!! :))))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 3 years ago

  • Thank you so much Andrea for your warm and lovely welcome!!!

    – Elaine Bawden

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepover 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture..elegant color!!

  • I love the beautiful art and wonderful craftsmanship in these Tribal canoes!!! Thank you very, very much for your great compliment :)))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • John44
    John44over 3 years ago

    A fascinating composition in which subject compete for attention!

  • Thank you sooo very much!!!! Yes, yes John, would you believe that this was the stillest place on the beach, Tribes, their activities and the visitors swarmed everywhere in celebration! This is my one and only shot of the festivities.I was excited to single my eye to this window, as a moment in time that captured 2 of the lovely canoes and beach play without many people also in the shot. So glad to have my little Panasonic LUMIX FH27 in hand!!!!! :))))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1over 3 years ago

    Great shot Elaine – I would love to see that celebration

  • Yes, Shulie, I know you would enjoy it, thank you very much for your great compliment :)))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • doubleheader
    doubleheaderover 3 years ago

    Well done Elaine.. great description..:)

  • Thank you very much for your wonderful compliment Bill :)))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • Vincent Frank
    Vincent Frankabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations on the Feature in Welcome to Washington (the State) group.

    Vince

  • Such a wonderful surprise, it is soo delightful to have this awesome feature!!! I am very honored!!! :))))

    – Elaine Bawden

  • aussiedi
    aussiediabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your feature..nice capture

    Di

  • Thank you very, very much for your congrats and compliments :)))

    – Elaine Bawden

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