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© chuck goodman
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UploadedFebruary 27, 2010
TakenFebruary 14, 2010
MakeNikon
ModelCOOLPIX L20
Exposure1/109 sec at f/5.3
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length17.475 mm
ISO64
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7 responses

  • Lin Taylor

    Lin Taylor said (8 Mar 2010):

    is this a re-enactment? i love those

  • Michael

    Michael (Deleted) gave props (14 Mar 2010):

    Love it, too

  • Karen Foto Fiddler

    Karen Foto Fiddler (Deleted) gave props (20 Mar 2010):

    VOTE!

  • chuck goodman

    chuck goodman said (1 Apr 2010):

    The I-ni-pi ceremony, a type of sweat lodge, is a Lakota purification ceremony, and one of the Seven Sacred Rites of the Lakota people. It is an ancient and sacred ceremony of the Lakota people and has been passed down through the generations of Lakota.

    The full ceremony is not taught to non-Lakotas, but in rough detail it involves an I-ni-pi lodge - a frame of saplings covered with hides or blankets. Stones are heated in a fire, then placed into a central pit in the lodge. Water is then poured on the stones to create hot steam. Traditional prayers and songs are offered in the Lakota language.

  • James William Moore

    James William Moore   gave props (4 Apr 2010):

    wonderful capture. Great composition. Absolutely voted.

  • abel

    abel gave props (5 Apr 2010):

    Great shot. Got my vote.

  • Maja Muskic

    Maja Muskic said (3 Jun 2010):

    Interesting photos, I like and I give you my vote

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