royal.Jordy
nativeamericannews:

Native Americans often use stones like turquoise to make their jewelry especially Native American rings and necklaces. http://bit.ly/JiMyDO 

nativeamericannews:

Native Americans often use stones like turquoise to make their jewelry especially Native American rings and necklaces. http://bit.ly/JiMyDO 

supremacy-of-nature:

drythroats:

This is the most beautiful creature I’ve ever seen.

I want one

shanology:

I’m still stunned that their publicists at the time ever allowed this. But grateful. Stunned and grateful.

mellyblue007 ohcaptainmycaptain1918 thewinterjawline - because this seems to fit your current mood?

swansong-willows:

(via Pinterest)

guy:

idk i kinda dig playing basketball bc i could tell a hot guy “nice d” and he’ll just think im talking about his defensive skills but really

lilcoochie:

i start thinking about dick like

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nativeamericannews:

Dwayne Simeon ~ Kwakwaka’wakw
Dwayne was mostly self-taught. He learned blacksmithing as a teenager, began experimenting with carving, and then apprenticed under Tony Hunt and John Livingstone when he was in his twenties. He was inspired to work as a professional artist by Sam Henderson at Campbell River, BC. He started engraving silver jewellery in the mid-1980s, but carving wood is still his focus. He performed a demonstration of his carving techniques at Expo ’86 for the Folk Life Programs.

nativeamericannews:

Dwayne Simeon ~ Kwakwaka’wakw

Dwayne was mostly self-taught. He learned blacksmithing as a teenager, began experimenting with carving, and then apprenticed under Tony Hunt and John Livingstone when he was in his twenties. He was inspired to work as a professional artist by Sam Henderson at Campbell River, BC. He started engraving silver jewellery in the mid-1980s, but carving wood is still his focus. He performed a demonstration of his carving techniques at Expo ’86 for the Folk Life Programs.