Kitigan Zibi, Maniwaki

I finally took some time to edit my photos of Maniwaki. I spent some time in the Native reserve on the outskirt of the town, since anything Native is a good sell as stock image.

J’ai finalement pris un peu de temps pour faire la postproduction des photos prisent à Maniwaki. J’ai passé un peu de temps sur la réserve amérindienne situé juste à côté, sachant que tout ce qui touche aux Premières Nations se vend bien sur les banques d’image stock

Kitigan Zibi, Maniwaki
Tipis (also teepee, tepee) are pictured in a native camp in the Kitigan Zibi Algonquin Native reserve, just west of Maniwaki (Qc) July 29, 2008. Kitigan Zibi (also known as River Desert, and designated as Maniwaki 18 until 1994) is a First Nations Reserve of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, an Algonquin band.
Technical: Canon EOS Mark II, 1/400 at f10 with a 16-35 at 27mm – ISO 200

Kitigan Zibi, Maniwaki
A birdhouse hangs outside the Hawks trading post store in the Kitigan Zibi Algonquin Native reserve, just west of Maniwaki (Qc) July 29, 2008. Kitigan Zibi (also known as River Desert, and designated as Maniwaki 18 until 1994) is a First Nations Reserve of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, an Algonquin band.
Technical: Canon EOS Mark II, 1/400 at f10 with a 24-70 at 46mm – ISO 200

Kitigan Zibi, Maniwaki
An animal skull lies outside the Hawks trading post store in the Kitigan Zibi Algonquin Native reserve, just west of Maniwaki (Qc) July 29, 2008. Kitigan Zibi (also known as River Desert, and designated as Maniwaki 18 until 1994) is a First Nations Reserve of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, an Algonquin band.
Technical: Canon EOS Mark II, 1/400 at f7,1 with a 24-70 at 42mm – ISO 200

Commentaires (8)

  • I have no IDEAS what mukluks are SORRY and im NATIVE and i dont even know what MUKLUKS MEANS!!!!!!
    I must be one messed up NATIVE MAN!!!
    AHHH But i love my RESERVE well not KZ anyways LOL

  • Hi there! I am Metis myself…my Great-GrandMother originates from the Maniwaki Reserve. I was wondering if you could tell me if they make and sell Mukluks at this reserve? I would love a handmade pair at a reasonable price as I am always so cold in the winter. I would be proud to show off my heritage :) Thanks, Ren

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