Ancient Bristlecone Pines are actually the oldest trees on Earth, some close to years old. Their twisted, weathered, and gnarled shapes made for perfect foreground subjects to contrast the meteor shower. Photo by David Hatfield
RW06 FOSSIL WALRUS IVORY CHIP/SHARD SCRAP This material was excavated on St. Lawrence Island from village sites that have not been occupied since the late 1800's and has a variety of colors and shapes, this material is tool making scrap from hundreds of years ago. Perfect for pendants scrimshaw or carving or polish as is pendants. One pound is shown. 1/4lb-$15.00, 1/2 lb-$25.00, 1 pound-$40.00 till it's gone.
St Lawrence Island (west of mainland Alaska in the Bering Sea,) is the sixth largest island in the United States and the 113th largest island in the world. The language spoken by its Yupik Eskimos include 47 words for a walrus depending on what he’s doing –but no word for “time”. There’s the island spirit for ya!