Uncontacted tribe.

A rare sighting of a dwelling belonging to the nomadic and secretive “Colorful Igloo People” of Southern California. I didn’t see any of the inhabitants close by; I assume they scattered when I crept close for a photo.

I know you perhaps think I’m foolish for risking my life by taking a photo in this dangerous habitat but, like the National Geographic Explorers, I feel it is important for us to remember that we Pasadenans are not the only inhabitants of the world.


4 comments on “Uncontacted tribe.”

  1. I will be forever grateful to you Kat, for your bravery beyond expectation…

  2. The Tongva have moved with the times. Willow twigs? So 19th century.

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