“Red Earth,” by Erika Larsen

From Larsen’s series of photos of child hunters. She writes, “[f]or them, the thrill is learning to follow their instincts and being immersed in nature. All these children have something in common, they are at home in nature.” And yet hunting is, as ever, a deeply cultural activity, full of specialized equipment, specific rituals, and purposeful tradition.


Originally published at culture-making.com.

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