Check Out 17 Beautiful Portraits from Stone Mountain Pow Wow by Amy Morris

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The 2014 Indian Festival and Pow Wow in Stone Mountain, Georgia took place at the historic Antebellum Plantation at Stone Mountain Park this past 30 Oct - 02 Nov, and photographer Amy Morris was there to capture it in all its beauty. 

A champion powwow dancer, Lonny Street, Meskwaki. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Kristen BigEagle, Crow/Creek/Sioux from South Dakota has been dancing since she was 2. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

20 month old Tristan Gober, Salish-Flathead, learning steps in the arena with dad Jacob Gober. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Delsin Weaver, 10 years old, Mowa Band Choctaw performs Northern Traditional. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Veteran, Charles Reyes-LittleEagle, Cheyenne/Lakota, from Carnegie, OK. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Richard Langdeau, Lakota from South Dakota, has been dancing his whole life. Here he is performing in the Men's Grass Dance competition. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Kerry Reed, Cherokee. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Chumsey Harjo, won 3rd place for Golden Age Dancers. Muscogee Creek Nation, Medicine Clan from Henrietta, OK. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Jessica Diemer-Eaton has been providing educational demonstrations for 12 years. Eastern Woodland Indian Educational Programs www.WoodlandIndianEDU.com. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Mark Eaton, historical interpreter with Woodland Indian Educational Programs www.WoodlandIndianEDU.com. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Lonny Street, Meskwaki. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Delsin Weaver, 10 years old, Mowa Band Choctaw is a Northern Traditional Dancer. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Charles Mesteth, Oglala, carries son William out for Tiny Tots. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Lonny Street, Meskwaki. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Gaylon Nelson. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Tiffany Jolly, raised by her step-dad Victor Tahchawwickah, a member of the Comanche Nation, has been dancing since she was 2. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com

Lorie Watson Reedy is a dedicated patchwork artist from Tennessee. Her family is Muscogee Creek and regulars in the local Powwow circuit. Her work can be seen at facebook.com/loriereedydesigns. Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com