Posts tagged figures in scene
“She likes to mock my facial expressions.”
“How do you feel about that?”
“I’m used to it.”
“What kind of facial expressions does she mock?”
“We can show you one.”
CULTURE & TRADITION:
Tribal blankets have been marked with cultural significance and history by various African cultures and nations. Basotho tribal blankets distinguish this nation from others because of their importance and mutli-purpose functions. These blanket designs have been developed over many years in conjunction with the Basotho royal family. Basotho tribal blankets are made of wool, which offers protection from rain and fire and provides it wearers with warmth in the high altitudes of the Mountain Kingdom. The blanket has become part of not only their everyday life but as a status symbol. To outsiders it became a mark of ethnicity and therefore a token of cultural identification. In fact Lesotho is the only nation south of the Sahara that illustrates the culture of an entire nation through such an individualistic item such as the tribal blanket.