Native American Calendar’s.
* 2014 Women of the Navajo Calendars
Collectors: get the 2013 back issue
* 2010 Little Red Faces, Inter-Tribal Edition. All new first issue 2010, collector's item, by the Photographer of Woman of the Navajo
Little Red Faces, First Issue 2010 Calendar
A special appreciation is extended to the children we met while producing this calendar. We thank the parents and relatives who assisted with this project, without their help and generosity the First Edition of this calendar would have been more difficult to produce. The concept of “Little Red Faces” was to highlight our Native Children found among some of the native communities in the southwest. These children live and play among the most beautiful lands in Arizona and New Mexico. We were able to capture a bit of the culture through the various traditional clothing they wore. The background in each image is a small view of their true (playgrounds). All of these children belong to large extended families who love and care for them. It was an adventure gallivanting across New Mexico and Arizona meeting new people and communities. We wrapped up the project knowing our native culture and heritage is alive and well, as these Little Red Faces understand who they are and where they come from, thus establishing their cultural identity. So, on your next family trip to a native community you’ll probably run into some Little red Faces.
Photographer and Producer Larry Thompson, Arizona
Woman of the Navajo
Calendar with beautiful Native American Woman of the
Over the years these calendars have become hot collectable items as far away as Europe and Australia.
These calendars are always presented in great taste showcasing Navajo beauties.
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