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Chukchi reindeer herder driving his reindeer sled through deep snow. Oloy Valley. Chukotka. Siberia. Russia
RC.0027-12
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RC.0027-12
Vladimir Etylin, a Chukchi, driving a reindeer sled in the Oloy Valley. Chukotka, Siberia. Russia.
RC.0029-26
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RC.0029-26
Chukchi youth in traditional clothes riding a reindeer.
Chukotka. Siberia. Russia.
RC.1007-34
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A herd of reindeer near their winter pastures on the Chukotskiy Peninsula. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
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A herd of reindeer near their winter pastures on the Chukotskiy Peninsula. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
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A herd of reindeer near their winter pastures on the Chukotskiy Peninsula. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
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A reindeer herd at a Chukchi herders' winter camp on the tundra. Chukotskiy Peninsula. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
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A reindeer herd at a Chukchi herders' winter camp on the tundra. Chukotskiy Peninsula. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
RC.2012-05
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RC.2012-05
On a rainy afternoon, during the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer', a herder brings the reindeer back to the camp. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2012-10
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RC.2012-10
On a rainy afternoon a herd of reindeer is driven across the tundra in autumn colour at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer.' Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2012-11
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RC.2012-11
On a rainy afternoon a herd of reindeer is driven across the tundra in autumn colour at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer.' Liltinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2012-14
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RC.2012-14
At the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of Young Reindeer', Rita Votgyrgina, pounds the burnt bones of the sacrificed reindeer into a fine powder with an ancestral ceremonial stone hammer and mortar. The powdered bones will then be buried at the site of a ritual fire, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-15
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RC.2012-15
An ancestral stone hammer & mortar used at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of Young Reindeer', to pound the burnt bones of the sacrificed reindeer into a fine powder. The powdered bones will then be buried at the site of a ritual fire, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-16
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RC.2012-16
An ancestral stone hammer used at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of Young Reindeer', to pound the burnt bones of the sacrificed reindeer into a fine powder. The powdered bones will then be buried at the site of a ritual fire, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-17
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RC.2012-17
At the end of the Chukchi Festival of Young Reindeer', children help Rita Votgyrgina, bury the burnt powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer and make a mound surrounded by stones (Melgynvyn) at the site of a ritual fire, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-18
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RC.2012-18
At the end of the Chukchi Festival of Young Reindeer', Rita Votgyrgina, collects small stones to place on burial mound (Melgynvyn), where the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Lultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-19
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RC.2012-19
At the end of the Chukchi Festival of Young Reindeer', Rita Votgyrgina, collects small stones to place on burial mound (Melgynvyn), where the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-20
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RC.2012-20
At the end of the Chukchi Festival of Young Reindeer', Rita Votgyrgina, places small stones on the burial mound (Melgynvyn), where the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-21
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RC.2012-21
At the end of the Chukchi Festival of Young Reindeer', Rita Votgyrgina, places small stones on the burial mound (Melgynvyn), where the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-22
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RC.2012-22
At the end of the Chukchi Festival of Young Reindeer', Rita Votgyrgina, stands by the burial mound (Melgynvyn), where the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to the family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-24
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RC.2012-24
The burial mound (Melgynvyn), where at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer' the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to a family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky district, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-25
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RC.2012-25
The burial mound (Melgynvyn), where at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer' the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to a family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky district, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-26
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RC.2012-26
The burial mound (Melgynvyn), where at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer' the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to a family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky district, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-33
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RC.2012-33
The burial mound (Melgynvyn), where at the end of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer' the powdered bones of sacrificed reindeer are buried, close to a family's Yaranga (tent). Iultinsky district, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia

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