Check Out 17 Beautiful Portraits from Stone Mountain Pow Wow by Amy Morris

Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com - Gaylon Nelson at Stone Mountain Pow Wow 2014

Check Out 17 Beautiful Portraits from Stone Mountain Pow Wow by Amy Morris

The 2014 Indian Festival and Pow Wow in Stone Mountain, Georgia took place at the historic Antebellum Plantation at Stone Mountain Park this past 30 Oct – 02 Nov, and photographer Amy Morris was there to capture it in all its beauty.

A champion powwow dancer, Lonny Street, Meskwaki. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Kristen BigEagle, Crow/Creek/Sioux from South Dakota has been dancing since she was 2. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

20 month old Tristan Gober, Salish-Flathead, learning steps in the arena with dad Jacob Gober. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Delsin Weaver, 10 years old, Mowa Band Choctaw performs Northern Traditional. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Veteran, Charles Reyes-LittleEagle, Cheyenne/Lakota, from Carnegie, OK. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Richard Langdeau, Lakota from South Dakota, has been dancing his whole life. Here he is performing in the Men's Grass Dance competition. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Kerry Reed, Cherokee. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Chumsey Harjo, won 3rd place for Golden Age Dancers. Muscogee Creek Nation, Medicine Clan from Henrietta, OK. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Jessica Diemer-Eaton has been providing educational demonstrations for 12 years. Eastern Woodland Indian Educational Programs www.WoodlandIndianEDU.com. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Mark Eaton, historical interpreter with Woodland Indian Educational Programs www.WoodlandIndianEDU.com. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Lonny Street, Meskwaki. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Delsin Weaver, 10 years old, Mowa Band Choctaw is a Northern Traditional Dancer. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Charles Mesteth, Oglala, carries son William out for Tiny Tots. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Lonny Street, Meskwaki. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Gaylon Nelson. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Tiffany Jolly, raised by her step-dad Victor Tahchawwickah, a member of the Comanche Nation, has been dancing since she was 2. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Lorie Watson Reedy is a dedicated patchwork artist from Tennessee. Her family is Muscogee Creek and regulars in the local Powwow circuit. Her work can be seen at facebook.com/loriereedydesigns. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

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