Bittersweet ending to 2018. This past year was a lot about healing for me. I’ve been through a lot these past few years and I’ve experienced so much heartache and loss. This year I rediscovered the important knowledge embedded in old teachings. I have silently observed and found beauty and grace in the simplest things. I moved back home and worked hard to build my off the grid yurt. I’ve learned to let go of toxic things and let my motherland heal me in many ways. I have come so far on this sacred journey and I could not have done it without the love I have for my people. Thank you for those that support my story I tell through photos and the positivity I try to evoke through them. I’m so blessed to have this life. Here’s to 2019 with a new outlook on life and a humble beginning. Photo by @quanah_photography
Throwback to volunteering for a program that helps out our Native elders show their creation and work. To this amazing women who helps organzies this porgram every year in Park City. I'm truly astonished on the love provided by non-natives and natives alike who volunteer their time and helping hand to make this program work.
If you haven't checked out the program for Adopt A Native Elder? Highly recommend you do. As a Navajo, we're taught to respect, learn, and help our elders. We're suppose to cherish their minds, hearts and teachings. I never knew my maternal grandmother, but cherished my paternal grandmother growing up. Sheep camp during the summer, and learning everything I could from her. Memories I cherish the most. So check out the "Adopt A Native Elder Program".
It’s sad when beautiful places get exploited for money. .
📸 You can only visit on a tour... you’re surrounded by another tour directly in front and behind you. Being pushed along the entire time... It was very difficult to be in the moment and take it all in.
📍(Lions Head) Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope Canyon, Arizona 🇺🇸 This photo is incomparable to Peter Lik's Phantom, which was sold for an unprecedented $6.5 M, but I like it! 🤔I think I will call it Goron Flame🔥 #antelopecanyon#navajoland#flashflood
Going to miss this view when the drought comes back. Prayers for a better year for my family and myself - spiritually, mentally, emotionally, & physically. We stick together we can do this. #Igotu#navajoreservation#Navajoland