|Posted by Val Fox on July 28, 2014 at 9:00 PM|
It's that time of year when pow wow enthusiasts load vehicles and travel to various celebrations hosted by First Nations communities throughout North America. The following photos were taken July 20 at the Kainai Nation annual summer pow wow and rodeo here in southern Alberta.
A July sunrise greets participants of the summer 2014
This bustle is attached to the backside of a Chicken Dancer.
Technology helps the audience see the dancers in the arbour.
Young Fancy Shawl dancer watches other competitors.
Esther W. of the Standoff Hutterite Colony shades her eyes
from the late afternoon sun.
Summer celebrations included midway, hand games and fire works.
Three lovely Jingle Dancers getting a closer look.
July 2014 Southern Alberta sunset.
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Tags: summer activities; colourful regalia; pow wow circuit; traditional dancers; pow wow drums; drum group competitions.
Categories: Cultures and Communities