Cinematographer and Photographer Dimitris Lambridis is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From the project ‘RED WILLOW’. To see Dimitris’ body of work, click on any image.
“Red Willow” is the name of the Native American tribe of Pueblo Indians residing in the Taos Pueblo, in the city of Taos, New Mexico.
Red Willow is the part of me that I don’t have access to and I don’t know. You can get to know yourself through the most sincere reflections. The ones closest to you and the ones furthest away.
What drew me to this – really – is the question: How does one of the oldest societies in North America – of those still intact – stand in front the titan nation of the US, which is a country of numerous cultures under its umbrella.
What does it look like?
What are the limitations and freedoms ,and what are the people like?
What does their landscape inspire?
“Ah, only the leaves! But in the west,
In the west I see a redness come
Over the evening’s burning breast —
— ‘Tis the wound of love goes home!”
D.H. Lawrence , 1913
All images and text © Dimitris Lambridis
By Dimitris Lambridis
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