Photographer's Note

After visiting the Museum of the Plains Indians, on the way back towards Great Falls, Montana we came across this statue on the roadside. It appears to have been constructed using, among other things, body panels from old cars. It’s quite a remarkable piece of work.
This image was cropped from the original scan to decentralize the subject and slight increases were made to both the contrast and saturation.

I’ve credited this pic to being taken at Browning, Montana but, if anyone can place its location more precisely than that, please let me know.

Kind regards to all,


The following information is from a critique kindly posted by berseph, which can be seen below. I thank her very much for her assistance.

"As for location, this statue is one of the Blackfeet Warriors Sculpture created by Jay Laber. As for where this one is, it's a bit uncertain because I believe there are four--one at each side of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. I saw the one right outside of Glacier National Park on the south edge when I visited, but it's not the same as this one based on the position of the horse's head."

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