Nikon D300 ~ 18-200mm Nikkor lens
f11 ~ 1/50s ~ ISO 500
NIK HDR filters
Taken at the Wampanoag Homesite at Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, Massachusetts (US)

Men At Work 2-1-13
This is Relevant 2-3-13
Male Appreciation 3-25-13

This young man was burning out logs to make canoe’s. The people who work in the Wampanoag Homesite are either all or part Wampanoag Indians. They wear the same type of garments that would have been worn when Plymouth was first settled and they perform the same jobs the Wampanoags would have been performing at that same time.


man, wampanoag indian, plimoth plantation, wampanoag homesite, canoe maker, canoe burner, portrait, teresa burnett


  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 1 year ago

    Beautifully captured great work Teresa.

  • Thanks so much Julie!

    – TeresaB

  • Berns
    Bernsover 1 year ago

    Superbly athmospheric !

  • Thanks bunches Berns! I would have loved to get some of the logs he was burning out, but just too many people in the way!

    – TeresaB

  • kristijohnson
    kristijohnsonover 1 year ago

    This is very cool.. I love the end of his braids. Great capture! You always have the most interesting stories and great images to go along with them!

  • Thanks bunches Kristi!! This was the most wonderful place to visit. I could have spent all day there!!

    – TeresaB

  • Sarah Heit
    Sarah Heitover 1 year ago

    Beautifully Captured! :)

  • Thanks so very much Sarah

    – TeresaB

  • Dan Mihai
    Dan Mihaiover 1 year ago

    Cool portrait – nice pensive mood!

  • Thank you so much Dan

    – TeresaB

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsover 1 year ago

    Congratulations! You work has been Featured in Men At Work! Please click on the banner to go to the permanent Feature page to see your feature and to congratulate your fellow members!

  • Thank you so very much Pamela!! I’m delighted, and I greatly appreciate the feature!!

    – TeresaB

  • Elaine Game
    Elaine Gameover 1 year ago

    That is some feat, to stay true to your culture in these times… wonderful story wonderful capture

  • Thanks Laney! Yes, I agree. Don’t know if you can tell or not, but one half of his head was shaven, just like they would have been when Plymouth was first settled.

    – TeresaB

  • RichImage
    RichImageover 1 year ago


    Excellent portrait…. congratulations you have been featured in This is Relevant…

  • Thank you so very much Rich!! I’m delighted, and I greatly appreciate the feature!!

    – TeresaB

  • Sandra Fortier
    Sandra Fortierover 1 year ago

    How interesting. Wonderful capture!!

  • OOPS, sorry I missed this one Sandra!! Thank you so much!!

    – TeresaB

  • Thomas Barker-Detwiler
    Thomas Barker-...over 1 year ago

  • Thank you so very much Thomas!! The feature is greatly appreciated!!

    – TeresaB

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