Thatching production in photos

A photo essay on thatching. Photographs by Ann-Julie.

Naoya

Tremay and Mitchell

Natasha and Raydeen

LynnJella and Lienna

Georgene and Genrisa

Yostrick

Tremay and Mitchell

Siorine

Siorine

Siorine and Mary-Ann

Mary-Ann

Sasha

Naoya

Dana

Jon Jovi

LynnJella and Lienna remove the "nohk"

Georgene and Genrisa

Nypa fruticans

Tremay and Mitchell

Genrisa demonstrates a skillful weave

Genrisa

Georgene

Siorine has done this before


Siorine

Tom assists Mary-Ann

Dana

Tremay and Mitchell

Mary-Ann and Tom


Siorine

Sasha

Brandon

Naoya

Dana

Joyleen David

Dannia


A cloudy cool day ideal for thatching


 During the thatching exercise the students chat and talk. Thatching was a social experience, a bonding experience. And the students experienced this. That is one of the intents and goals of the exercise. To bring back a piece of the past: sitting together quietly and enjoying each other's company.

Mary-Ann

Siorine

Siorine went back through and tightened her stitches

Here is apparently doing some reweaving

Jon Jove

Yostrick


Yostrick and Jon Jovi

LynnJella

Joyleen

Naoya

Tremay

Brandon

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