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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF WHITEBUFFALOTRAVELS
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.80%. The average number of likes per post is 102 and the average number of comments is 3.
46.24% of the followers that engaged with whitebuffalotravels regularly are from United States, followed by Australia at 5.38% and France at 4.3%. In summary, the top 5 countries of whitebuffalotravels's posts engager are coming from United States, Australia, France, Canada, Italy.
Whitebuffalotravels loves posting about Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Travel, Architecture.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR WHITEBUFFALOTRAVELS
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF WHITEBUFFALOTRAVELS
- United States 46.24 %
- Australia 5.38 %
- France 4.3 %
- Canada 4.3 %
- Italy 3.23 %
A scar from the past and a prediction for the future. #Maine #Abandoned #Logging #Train
Uliamoa: the two large rocks for which the river is named sit higher up the mountain at the source of where the lower villages draw their water. A staggering place to look at from the falls. Uli and Moa, a man and woman turned to stone through eternity who have given birth by this incredible river to the villages and people below. The land has a story that the people have given it as a recording of their history; this is the culture and identity of a people and so it must always be protected. —Sitting with Lama at a remote falls close to his Taro plantation along the Uliamoa above the village of Vaega, Savai’i. #Samoa #Savaii #protectmaunakea #tradition #polynesianculturalcenter
Preparing the Umu (Samoan stone oven) is a daily task for Samoan men. Logova Su’ega is removing the rough skin of taro roots with the bottom-half of a repurposed tin-can while the stones of the Umu are heating over a fire. #Samoa #traditional #culture #home #islandlife
The war fort at Uliamoa. High on the mountain behind the village of Vaega on the island of Savai’i with chief Su’ega Logova uncovering the overgrown historic fort like we did a few years ago. Believed to have been constructed in the early to mid 1800’s with its Tongan style gun ports, large round size and surrounded by a deep trench, it is unlike other forts seen in Samoa. It is believed to have been abandoned after the Samoan Civil War which was sparked by German, American and English Colonial powers deciding who would be the king of Samoa. There are ruins to entire villages in the mountains, forgotten cemeteries, house platforms, stone walkways, plantations and other structures covering every square foot of the island that are slowly starting to tell a tale of a much more inhabited and advanced civilization in the past thanks to LiDar technology. It tells of an island full of people, of prosperity and of conflict too. What a wonder it would be to reconstruct this fort and appreciate the sacred monuments from our past and remember who we are and who we came from. #Samoa #polynesianculture #Savaii
Protect Native Land. What’s happening in Hawai’i has happened in Samoa and all over the Pacific and they won’t ever stop until it’s all gone or we stand up. We’ve lost enough. Donate what you can: http://kahea.org/donate/mauna-kea-legal-defense-fund #protectmaunakea #wearemaunakea 📷: @mollyomearaa
I remember little Devina when she was just a baby and from the looks of it, maybe she remembers me too. #Samoa #portrait #Savaii #family
You can keep your fancy resort swimming pool. 📷: @mollyomearaa #Samoa #Polynesia #Home
Like two shadows in the shifting sun—Mother Tina and daughter Meaalofa sit in the doorway of a family home in Vaega on the island of Savai’i. Happy memories from Samoa. #family #mother #Samoa #portraitsociety
The mountain river gives life to the village below. Lama takes a smoke break near his family taro plantation along the Uliamoa River inland of Vaega village, Savai’i. #Uliamoa #Savaii #samoa
We don’t make Cinderella’s, we make Warrior queens. #Samoa #portrait #Nafanua
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