Here are some of our Inuit sculptures! My dad brought them home when he worked with Inuit communities in the Eighties. The light grey ones are made from whalebone and the dark ones are soapstone. All of them are around sixty years old.
For the most part their names have stuck since I was very little.
Seal Woman (Sedna) -
Walrus Dancer -
The Sphinx -
Snow Walker (with my great great grandmother's rose vase on the left) -
Yuzu (Yellow Dragon HMPK) / Rei (Marble Dragon HMF) / Quill (Brown Tabby and White Pancake Monster)[/FONT]
All these pictures are AMAZING!!! who would have known we had such a diverse community here?
RandomCookie: I love the frogs and teddybear :D
Fleetfish: Those Inuit sculptures are incredible, they're so unique I've never seen anything like them in my life!!!
Proud mum of : Gandalf, Lily,(ohm bettas)
Pineapple (male betta)
Jade, Indigo (hm bettas)
a few platys, a few guppies,
a few shrimp,
and whatever else sneaked into my tank while I wasnt looking