Alutiiq Sugpiaq ceremonial masks and objects acquired by Alphonse Pinart (French Explorer), in 1875 in the Kodiak Archipelago, Alaska. Normally, the Natives would burn the masks upon completion of the ceremony. That any survived is quite remarkable.
Forests of Gabon, Loango National Park. A source of pride for Gabon, it is one of the few places in the world where you can stand on a pristine beach and see elephants, hippos and humpback whales all at once.