Introducing a beautiful photograph taken by Edward Curtis in 1906, featuring four Hopi girls gracefully collecting water in jugs from a serene pond. This image captures the essence of Hopi culture as the girls showcase their traditional "squash blossom" hairstyle. With grace and purpose, they skillfully gather water, preserving an important element of life for their community. Curtis masterfully freezes this poignant moment in time, allowing us to witness the blend of tradition and daily life in the Hopi culture.
5 stars review from Lindsay