How to live the modern hunter-gatherers
• How are modern hunter-gatherers
Traveling across the state of Nevada, Idaho, California, and Oregon between 2006 and 2012., A photographer from Seattle Adreyn Chesser experienced real spiritual awakening. In company with the Indian Timothy White Eagle, he lived among informal wandering around the country, who left a life in a decent society for the way of life of hunters and gatherers.
Experiencing a real adventure, in which all the difficulties of the game are the candle, Chesser captured on film the nomadic way of life, creating a "return to roots" project. The group traveled to the seasons across the country, and her life was full of unusual for a modern human activities such as hunting wild animals, butchering and cooking on the fire of their carcasses, collecting berries and build temporary shelters.
In his photo project Chesser reveals the way of life in harmony with nature, reminiscent of how Native Americans lived. As aptly noted by White Eagle, a way of life in which "you give more than you take."
On the high road, mountain Marble, California.
Berries, Marble Mountain, California.
The bloody mustache Staynaher estuary, California.
butchering carcasses of goat, Arco, Idaho.
Caught forty, Deschutes River Canyon River, Oregon.
Water dance, Deschutes River River, Oregon.
The cubs, north of Virgin Peak, Nevada.
psoralea, Craters of the Moon, Idaho.
Snack Burger King, Mesquite, Nevada.
Wigwam, Geneva, Oregon.
rabbit butchering, Dodge Pocket, Nevada.
In the hunting lodge, Arco, Idaho.
water-carrier, Craters of the Moon, Idaho.