Wild Fibers Winter 2011
Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis
- Who Turned the South Black and Blue?
Meet Eliza Lucas Pinckney, the teenager from Antigua who "created"
- True Blue
From magical potions to human horsepower, the new film Blue Alchemy
explores the history of indigo around the world.
- In the Andes, There's a Deadly Chase for Luxury
In the vast horizon of the Altiplano, protecting the vicuna herds has
become a deadly business.
- Reflections in the Canyon
While the Andean condor soars through the coulds, the people on the
street are equally alive with splendor.
On the edge of Transylvania one of the most engaging shepherds tends his flock.
- A New Ewe for the Holidays
Buying local isn't anything new in Sweden, it started with "Mr. Potato" back in the 1700s.
- Love is in the Air
There's nor rest for yak rancher Chris Devaney when there's love in the air
and Peanut is up chasing after the girls half the night.
- Rise and Shine
Getting up when the rooster sings isn't everyone's cup of tea, but for just the right
bird it can be more than worth the trouble.
Letzte Änderung: 17.12.2011
durch Alexandra Weikert
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