Here are links to two postings featuring Native Americans here in Central New York State and Arizona.
Travel to Canyon De Chelly…..
The New York State Fair, north of the Onondaga Reservation…..
A native American village among the crowds
Another posting from the 2018 New York State Fair.
The Agricultural Society of the Six (Iroquois) Nations hosts a large area of booths, exhibits, Native American food service and this stage for dance demonstrations. It is called the “Indian Village.”
I used a Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III with the Canon Lens EF 70-300 mm lens fitted with the Hoya UV filter.
Here are two shots of the fair crowds.
The Indian Village, set among large trees, is a welcome refuge from the crowds.
We caught the 4pm native dance demonstration. The western sun was a dramatic highlight for some of the following shots.
Up-close portraits of the teams with competition action shots.
This series was captured on Sunday, September 2, 2018 during the lead up to the Registered Mares – 4 Horse Hitch (Class: 1502) of the Draft category.
I used a Canon EOS-1ds Mark III body with the Canon Lens EF 70 – 300 IS USM lens, Hoya UV filter. No flash.
Standing outside the stadium, in the bright sun, the teams road to the stadium from the barn.
Click a pic for a larger view of the 1200 x 800 image. You need to click twice. The first click with bring up a small image, click on that image for the full view.
There was a long wait for the second team that allowed me some fantastic closeups.
These are inside the stadium, from the bleachers.