Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Indian Market X: The Future


I love watching the younger generations carrying on the old traditions all the way from the visual artist, the storytellers and the dancers.

16 comments:

VP said...

I'm glad these young boys are keeping the flame...

Kate said...

I hope those cultures survive as they are but with increased economic opportunities in our 21st century. Very colourful photo!

B SQUARED said...

I went to a PowWow a couple of weeks a go. Fascinating!

Sharon said...

What a wonderful shot! These young people appear to be concentrating on this traditional dance. Good for them!

Rambling Round said...

A colorful tradition!

arabesque said...

cute outfits. ^0^

Meri said...

Wonderful shot -- carrying the traditions.

Jarart said...

I love this! I too hope that the young people will keep this wonderful culture for the future.

Photo Cache said...

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cieldequimper said...

Super shot. Yes, it's important for them. I wish I could hear the drumming and singing.

Cezar and Léia said...

What a lovely moment, so well captured.Beautiful post!
Hugs and thanks a lot for your kind visit in our Bonjour Luxembourg
Léia

J Bar said...

great series of shots
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bfarr said...

Nice family photo. I really like those pops of red.

Farmchick said...

Glad to see the children involved in the culture.

Tiago Braga said...

register that loving, very beautiful to see!
the colors, the contrasts and the theme are gorgeous!
parabens!
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JM said...

So cute! :-)