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Sandstone Reflections – JT139

 
 
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Sandstone Reflections – JT139

 

PRODUCT ID: JT139
The cliff faces at Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park light up with rich warm tones of gold at sunset. It is one of the best times to view rock art, as the incised images show up much better than in full sunlight.

 

Unity – JT077

 
 
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Unity – JT077

 

PRODUCT ID: JT077
This well-known petroglyph from Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park appears to have beings that are likely involved in a ceremonial circle. This work speaks of the interconnectedness of First Nations people with each other, the earth and their spirituality.

 

Shoshone Horseman & Peigan Warrior – JT167

 
 
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Shoshone Horseman & Peigan Warrior – JT167

 

PRODUCT ID: JT167
There were a number of challenges between tribal groups for the lush grassland area along the Milk River, where hunting was abundant and living conditions very pleasant. The Shoshone, Blackfoot, Peigan and Gros Ventre all ventured into this territory at some time or another in the previous 200 years.

 

Twilight Grizzly – JT150

 
 
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Twilight Grizzly – JT150

 

PRODUCT ID: JT150
The location of the grizzly petroglyph has sustained a great deal of wear over the years, as it is on private land in southern Alberta, where cattle have been allowed to rub against the fragile sandstone cliffs. It has all but disappeared to the naked eye.

 

The Sacred Hoop – JT250

 
 
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The Sacred Hoop – JT250

 

PRODUCT ID: JT250
This red ochre pictograph can be found in the Grassi Lakes area, near Canmore. The Sacred Hoop refers to the medicine wheel and to all things and people being related to one another. It speaks about the remembering, the restoring and the renewing of First Nations people.