About 30,000 years ago, people found ways to capture memories of what they saw (or imagined) onto various object using different means. Some drew on cave walls while others sketched onto dinosaur bones. However these primitive artists did it, the purpose for doing it remains the same as today’s artists: to share with others, both in the present and the future. Unfortunately, we at Modern Bushman are not talented artists and, therefore, require specialized tools to create what others have created with nothing more than what they found locally. Nevertheless, our purpose remains the same as of those of the past.
So how does this photo gallery relate to self-reliance and survival? Mostly, it allows us to share more photos than we can include in a blog post. More photos mean more information can be conveyed, further illustrating the intent of said blog post. Aside from that, we just figured we’d share whatever we saw with whoever was interested.