In 1908, Roland Reed captured a photograph titled "The Moose Call." The image depicts an Ojibwe individual peacefully seated in a canoe on a serene lake. Engaged in a unique practice, the Ojibwe man blows into a skin or bark, producing a distinct sound. His appearance showcases a shirtless attire, adorned with braids and a feather accentuating his hair. The purpose behind his call remains ambiguous: whether it serves as a means of communication with others or an attempt to allure an animal for sustenance is open to interpretation. Nevertheless, the tranquil backdrop of the placid lake enhances the sense of harmony and tranquility conveyed by the photograph.