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Some of the intact projectiles are so delicate that their only practical use would have been for hunting on the water, said Jon Erlandson, professor of anthropology and director of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon.
He has been conducting research on the islands for more than 30 years.
Like the photos in Helen Levitt’s 1965 iconic photobook, “A Way of Seeing” this portfolio too achieves that rare balance of sentiment without being sentimental, while always maintaining an objective distance.
The casual observer of these photos is almost dazzled by their poetry, and can easily miss the harsher realities of inner city urban life masked by the surface warmth and joy.
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