Collective Quarterly: Absaroka

The Collective Quarterly is back with their second issue, Absaroka. The group traveled to a sliver of Montana that is dominated by the Absaroka Mountains. Absaroka means “children of the large-beaked bird” which is what the Hidatsa people used to call the Crow Indians who lived there. “A lot of people come here to hide,” clothing maker Angela Devine observes of her home. Looking through the magazine, it’s easy to see why. The photos are hauntingly beautiful.

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