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May 17, 2007 03:26 as a reply to  @ post 3191192 |  #61

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May 17, 2007 10:16 |  #62

Astonishing work, I learn more and more from every post. Thank you for sharing.


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May 19, 2007 22:31 as a reply to  @ Sikario's post |  #63

I shure appreciate hearing those words and I hope in some small way, I can inspire you to go for it. That is the only way to ever achieve YOUR dream.

Because oonce you quit chasing your dream, then you have lost it.

I became very good, at taking photographs of complete strangers unawares, and then selling those same images to other complete strangers. That was in 1970's

This took much practice and failure to learn. All of the images I have put up here, when I originally created them, I only ever went -=click]=- just once to capture each image, no light meter, no bracketing, I knew what I wanted, before I ever squeezed that shutter release.

Shooting from the hip is so essential to learn for the type of phtography I enjoy, spontaneous action, get it quick, just one -=[click]=- !

Thats all it takes. But let me tell you how many times I failed, BEFORE I achieved the confidence level I enjoy today..

I didn't learn this over night, either will you , but with much practice you can just look and -=[click]=- and have the creation YOU want. AGAIN,, this takes much practice , and many failures.. this is the ONLY way to learn.... over a somewhat lengthy bit ot time! -=[CLICK]=-

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May 24, 2007 23:59 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #64

The World Famous, Whale Bone graveyard, there is only one in the world!

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I can't begin to explain, what it feels like, to express it in a manner of which you are capable of understanding, to walk into this place and see the names of over 150 people, that you knew, so closely, like they are family members of a very special family, here in the far frozen north of a place named Tikigaq - Point Hope ! I perfer to call it POINT hoME . I can never leave these people, I just love them too much! This land, the Arctic, truely Paradise of the North!

Thanks for all the splendid comments that keeps me so "HIGH" IN THE ARCTIC.. .. "Eskimo' !:)

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Jul 30, 2007 02:26 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #65

Some candid recent captures from around the village.

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Jul 30, 2007 02:37 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #66

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Enjoy the eskimo music and informal dancing !! more coming shortly soon !


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Jul 30, 2007 05:39 |  #67

Good to see that clogs have made it there. :)

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Jan 14, 2008 05:24 as a reply to  @ kenyc's post |  #68

So to review just a bit of what you have seen so far... Whaling (April - May).
Whaling Festival, (June)
July is just as exciting starting off with 4th of July parade and games and activities that last the entire day far into the evening, ending at Midnight! Then the "dancing" begins for hours! These people know how to have fun and celebrate.
Now although this is July, it is not HOT.. well yes it is 30 degrees with an ever present North Wind but it is too warm for what we are comfortable with. The following images of this season speak for themselves,.. sorta.. !!

IMAGE: http://majikimaje.com/July4th/July4th00.jpg
The Qalagi (domed building) This is a meeting place, & also the offices of the City of Point Hope are located here, This building is also used for Eskimo dance on many occasions. The video clips I have posted here were created in this building.
IMAGE: http://majikimaje.com/July4th/July4th01.jpg
The day starts off with a huge parade, It started too early 10 am and I wasn't quite awake yet to photograph this noisy event. The Fire-engine, The ambulance and many vehicles are decorated to celebrate this joyus occassion.
IMAGE: http://majikimaje.com/July4th/July4th02.jpg
There are many races of all types and each winner receives a "cash" prize $$ !
Events are held for each age group, boys & girls,
Umiaq (skin boat) races and even a race to see who can dress up in firemans clothing uniform !!

IMAGE: http://majikimaje.com/July4th/July4th03.jpg
These events all take place here @ the Qalagi. with the exception of the Umiaq water races and the shooting contest. Oh my, I just don't understand this shooting contest. ha ha ha. This is something just so bizarre !
These hunters are perhaps the best in the world, they know how to shoot a rifle, their lives depend on it.
Each year for over 2 decades during the shooting contest, all the contestents would take their turn, the men.
One woman,,, one!! for over twenty years would walk up to take her turn, She does not own a rifle, she always borrows a hutners rifle, She embarrasses these hunters every single year for over two decades, she would win this contest hands down and every year she uses someone else's rifle and just asks.. "how does your rifle aim ?? " she doesn't practice but hands down Dorreen is the Annie Oakley of the Arctic region!
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Jan 14, 2008 05:27 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #69

Lets look, from the air and see, up close and personal what is going on up here in this vast huge unexplored & UN-inhabited area for all practical purposes.

Leaving Pt. Hope.. .. bye bye !!

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A few minutes into the flight we pass the Kupak river..

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Oh .. I smile BIG as I see and remember what happend to me here. TOTALLY PREPOSTEROUS!

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Lets take a trip and explore some of the land here in the Arctic.
some of what I am about to tell you will seem preposterous, but just ask ANY PERSON that lives in any village from
Nome clear up to Barrow, all of the villages of the entire North Slope Region, will tell you that what I am about to TRY AND EXPLAIN is "true". Do I have photos ? not yet, but working on it, there has to be a way to prove this.
with recent giant advances in technology I am sure it will become possible to "catch" & record proof of the Ignaugalurauks.. .. The Little People, that live underground, and in caves here above the Arctic circle.
This is no legend, or folklore, as new sightings are prevelant constantly, each and every year.!!

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I will tell you stories and provide photographs of all that "can be seen" in this vast huge expanse of area of several hundred thousand of square miles. THINGS HAPPEN OUT HERE.. .. ... ... that just do not make sense!!

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For instance.. ha ha.. you are NOT GOING TO BELIEVE WHAT I AM ABOUT TO EXPLAIN.. you have to be here to experience
these happenings, no matter what I type, you will be very skeptical and doubtful ONLY because.. you know better, this does not happen where YOU LIVE.
therefore: ??

Lets start.. .. at the beginning so you have a better understanding of what is going on up here.. .. frequently, reports abound.. .. in each and every village!!
This is a vast area we are talking about in square miles.
roughly the size of ALL the New England STATES put together.. .. EMPTY !!
Ok.. nOW A Long TIME before the whaling companies arrived .. .. .. The Ingnakalaurak's LIVED AMONG the people of Point Hope.
One of their young was eaten by a dog.. .. and they moved out of the village. These people are small, 3-4 feet in height!
They live the ol ways, to this very day, dressed in caribou skins. They still hunt with bow & arrow. They live underground, and in caves all throughout this vast area.
They possess super human qualities, that you WILL NEVER BELIEVE:
They are incredibly strong and they can run, incredibly fast.. they sneak around the villages "stealing food".
When any hunter, shoots and kills a caribou, it requires two adult Inupiaq men to lift that caribou to place on a sled. It only takes ONE Ingnakalaurak to pick one up ...........and RUN WITH IT. Over his head (person carrying animal) running, with a dead caribou. ? Bush Pilots have reported seeing caribou.. moving, quickly, in a horizontal position ?
Well, lets stop right here and let me extend an invitation to you. Anyone, come on up here, talk to the bush pilots.
They will tell you.. what they have seen with their own eyes, but you will not believe them, becuase, YOU KNOW BETTER. even though you have never been up here or heard of this before.
Come on up !! See and experience it for yourself.
HAVE I GOT YOUR ATTENTION NOW ??

good. I have no need to lie or exagerate about any of what goes on up here. I have no problem with the truth however I do have a huge problem with Liars and phoneies. that is why I stay up here in the Arctic.. Heaven on Earth. IMHO.
Luke Koonuk Jr. was recently, out hunting, many miles from Point Hope, Imagine this, you travel hundreds of miles into a vast empty area, Luke's 4 wheel honda was stuck in the mud. He had tried and tried and tried to lift, move or budge it to get it out of the ruts to get free. He was exhausted bent over huffing and puffing, Exausted, bent over,.. .. suddenly out of the corner of his eye he sees,.............His honda rise in the air and come bouncing down on firmer ground and somethibng, a blur, was running away.
When ANY HUNTER IS LOST.. .. .. stuck. .. .. in trouble.. these people appear out of no where to assist and wisk away..Gone in a flash.
TOO MANY people up here have had too many experiences,.. .. !! I could go on and on with stories of what goes on up here and I promise to tell .. all I have experienced during my almost 3 decades of living among the Inupiaq peoples.

Hunters, experienced hunters often talk about caribou that they have shot & killed. Dead. & it disappears before they reach it.
Make no mistake, these people are very good in what they do, they are perhaps the best hunters in the world.
Jump on a 4 wheel honda or a snowmobile, and go 200 miles out into this empty region.....@ 50 below zero and stay out there for weeks... YOu see a caribou and shoot it, it falls down, motionless, they wait and watch. have a smoke. wait and watch. We do not waste time out here, driving. gas is too expensive. well over 5,00 per gallon for years up here.
That caribou is dead, said Joe Oktillik, I got on my machine and drove over those hills,. and ?? where is it? I know this is the spot, there is no blood anyplace, no tracks to the left or the right and no tracks going straight ahead...The last place I looked Joe said.. .. was up ! Caribou is gone, no tracks????

This happens a lot up here.

I am not going to waste time here tring to convince anyone. Come on up.. .. go out there.;. and see what happens. I can be your guide. Or connect you to a reputable source. The best time to come on up here, is in June during whaling festival, in Barrow; I live here now, and I am inviting any and all that wish to see, experience, life in the arctic. Although my house is small, I can comfortably fit 4 people @ any time. I have two spare rooms in my two story house here in Barrow Alaska. There are 5 adults living in this toasty warm house and two rooms to spare for any who wish to visit the Arctic @ the top of the world in Barrow. There are also a few hotels in town, but they do not offer free home cooked meals,5 times per day if necessary !!!
So lets talk about "what goes on up here in the arctic... ... ...
STRANGE THINGS YOU WILL NEVER BELIEVE!!!!
there is so much more to come.!!!
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This one of the main beaches we hunt for fossil ivory, located some 30 miles north of the village. This is one of the great hot spots for ivory due to the swift, strong, changing currents in this area. May - Sept, people live out here for weeks on end, digging, walking, moving huge rocks, climbing cliffs and searching high and low.
The end of August in one area, this fossil ivory floats up and along the beach @ midnight. That is the best time to sit and wait and watch, People stay out here, waiting for an East wind to kick up the surf, and in storms people are out, waiting watching, You can "hear" the ivory in the waves, that distinctive "ping" as gravel hits the ivory as it is tumbling in the waves, some people have tied ropes to their waist and are secured as they run into the waves to "fetch" a piece that is seen. Some of these "baseball" bat size fossil tusks fetch many thousands of dollars when sold. The darker the ivory is, the more valuable it is. Black Ivory is said to be 10,000 years old, for it to achieve that state of absorbing all of the elements of the sea, Point Hope has the most dramatic fossil Ivory that I have seen any place. In Barrow the fossil ivory is different. because it just "sits" in the sand, the patterns are dull instead of sharp, dark contrasting patterns, such as we find here in Point Hope. But non-the-less, fossil ivory is a way of life up here. After any storm, get out on your honda or just walk the shoreline, put in the time.. .. and you will find it. I guarantee you it will sell in less than a new york second and that is pretty fast !@!
After flying for an hour an a half, we come across the next village, Point Lay,
250 people, if that Live in this village.
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Very few jobs in such a tiny village, and people have to provide a way / manner in which to live without having a "job". What are the other choices ? Hunt, fish, for food, Arts & Crafts, for cash ! The Barge has arrived, which is an annual event that all villages depend upon. Seattle - Top of the World with stops in each village usually lasting 3-5 days to unload the materials needed to survive through the next winter.
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The don't go whaling in Pt. Lay, too far out, too much work, they do hunt beluga whales & walrus & plents of "fish" of all types, but for whaling, different people travel to different villages to take part in which is undoublty the best two months of the year. Living out on the ocean ice .. .. just can't be put into words, I can't. The rush, the excitement, another world, another planet ! HIGH IN THE ARCTIC .. .. !!
After another 1 1/2 hours we come upon the village of Wainwright, Population about 650. Nothing else exists upon the land between these villages for "human type" cities, settlements. this vast region is empty. ?? ha ha ha !
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People, ?? have been spotted, observed, in all of these village areas, during the winter time, when it is dark out, & even when "light" out, as was reported by many individuals one July in 1988. It was about 2:a.m. in the moring, sun is bright and just like 2 in the afternoon in the summer, nice and bright.

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Jan 14, 2008 05:28 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #70

3 different individuals from three different homes, looked out their kitchen window, toward.. Kamaqtoak "this was their view"

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this image and the snow fence way off to the left side, This event took place between the 2 large whale bones and the snow fence. I must admit when I first heard this.. from a close friend, I did not beieve it one bit, then another person from a different house told me the same story, I still did not believe. Then a person who witnessed this told me what he had seen.. I was shocked, astounded and my mouth was hanging wide open, only because this person was not an Eskimo.
I had known him for many years, and we spoke quite often and I was amazed at his articulate speech & intelligence, He was very well educated in California.
When Joe told me this story the hair stood right up on the back of my neck.
This was a different Joe, 800 miles away, near Nome. Joe Garney, He has been on television on the history channel and I have met him in person and we spoke for over 4 hours, whew.
But Joe Cassados in Pt. Hope was telling me what he saw during the daylight hours. Something black, darker than black, was "spooked" behind the snowfence, looking, agitated, scared. He darted out from behind the snow fence and ran to the bones @ Kamaktauk. He is scared, hyper-active, peeking from out behind the big bone, looking in all directions scared, This "blacker than black" figure is noticeably very afraid of "something' ?
Then this figure all "black" - blacker than black. darted out from behind the bones and started to run back towards the snowfence. STOPPED. half way... and just a figure skater will spin, on the ice... this figure began to spin,.. ... on the dry tundra,...
and went down, down, down, clear out of sight !
Joe Garney in a small village near Nome Alaska tells a story much similiar of blacker than black figure with red eyes.. walking acrouss the tundra as the figure is going down down .. just like it is walking down "invisible stairs".
Quite a few sightings in the last couple of years in Point Hope of these red eyed figures, Darting quickly under a house, and disappearing.

One particular hunting cabin outside of the village near some very old graves, this cabin had to be burned down and destroyed. Stranger than strange events took place on a very regular basis here. Witnessed by too many people from Pt.Hope reported, hearing someone knocking on the door, Faces in windows when no one else was around. Objects flying through the air inside of the house. This house was burned down because of the repeated freaky events that took place on a regular basis.

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Jan 19, 2008 02:09 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #71

The end of July brings the barge to the village - (all coastal villages above the Arctic Circle).

The barge begins its journey from Seattle, clear up to Barrow, then coming back down, each village is visited again, diesel fuel, propane, and many other supplies which are needed to get through the long winter season.

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This is a type of photography I am very familiar with, Take the photographs of people working, run home and print them up @ 13" x 19".

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I have been successfully marketing images for many decades, I was quite comfortable approaching complete strangers and asking them to give up $50.
for one of these fine images of the Barge they work and travel on.
This is their job and as such, workers are proud to display and show others, where they work and the challenges they are up against.!

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When this crane driver saw this image, the final print, he did not hesitate at once to give up the cash for his image.

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Working on construction jobs for over 40 years I have sold lots and lots of images to workers on the job site from one end of the country to the other.
Construction projects are a gold mine for making money from your photographs.

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Jan 20, 2008 00:04 as a reply to  @ Majik Imaje's post |  #72

Thank you all, so much for your interest. and the wonderful comments in this post.

I will have more.. .. coming shortly, as soon as the sun, comes up ! (Jan23)


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Jan 20, 2008 01:23 |  #73

This is an amazing thread ! And wonderfull insite


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Jan 21, 2008 01:51 |  #74

I'm glad there are people like you who are willing to go do this type of work, but if I ever got this assignment I would shoot myself in the leg and hopefully be out of commission for a little while and miss this assignment. It's 15 degrees in NJ right now and I hate it....

ok...enough about the cold. The pics are great, the ones with the children are my favs. keep up the good work and hopefully you will be defrosting soon. :)


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Jan 21, 2008 03:56 |  #75

Fantastic pictures! The picture of the children is a million dollars. NO chance for pictures like these in North Wales - wind and rain only here and water up to the back door. I wish ...............


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