The Eagle and the Giant Clam

Margaret  Hyde

Ulverstone, Australia

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464 viewings on 27 July, 2016.

Taken with my LUMIX DMC G3

This statue was carved in red cedar by Lee Wallace of Ketchikan and erected in 1997 in Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

This totem represents the eagle moietie of the Tlingits people of Alaska and symbolises the Balance of Justice. It shows the eagle trapped by the clam warning people that those who break the law will lose their freedom

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