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Meskwaki Casino, Tama IA

You can count on us visiting Meskwaki a couple time a year. The casino is located on the Meskwaki Indian Reservation. I got pictures of several artifacts they have on display. I also threw in some photo art.


This post is going to be shared with Blue MondayMandarin Orange MondayOrange You Glad It's FridayMonday Mellow YellowTravel Photo MondayOur World Tuesday, and Wordless Wednesday






















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  1. Hi Julie,

    How special! I especially like the mosaic pathway with so much blue.
    Thanks for playing today.

    I'm looking forward to reading your comment on my blue post. Please come back.

    Happy Blue Monday,

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  2. wow- I love all the beading and the blue mosaic. Nice abstract photos at the end too!

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  3. The intricate bead work is fascinating♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/eights/

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  4. What lovely weaving and beadwork, most of us don't have the skill and patience for such detailed craftwork. The little beaded mocasins are cute. I especially like the mosaic tiles, like a blue river between banks. So much skill and talent!

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  5. Beautiful post with lovely photography of the craft work at the casino ~ glad to see it for OWT ~

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. An interesting collection...and I just LOVE your photo art...especially the orange (third last) - also the last. Thanks for sharing with Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  7. I've never visited a casino and I've never seen Native American artifacts in person. Very cool.

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday!

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  8. Wonderful photos of wonderful subjects. Thank you for sharing - and please share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/frooms-with-linky.html as well!

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