Some kind of Sami symbol (maybe a reindeer?) would be awesome.
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Worn by the Sami people, (also spelled Saami), one of the indigenous people of northern Europe inhabiting Sapmi, which today encompasses parts of northern Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Kola Peninsula of Russia, as well as the border area between south and middle Sweden. This form of clothing, known as gakti, is traditionally worn both in ceremonial contexts and while working, particularly when herding reindeer.
The 'komse' is a Saami cradle made of wood, reindeer skin, strings and wooven ribbons. In the cradle the child is carefully wrapped in cloths and fine leather of reindeer calf skin or hare skin. The infant is resting on a base of white moss or long, soft reindeer skin from the neck hairs of reindeer, and the dried tinder from decayed birch. The child can be out in extreme cold weather without feeling cold.
Forest sami woman and her children, Sweden
Invernadero en guadua
Bamboo Bus Stop. Some ambitious students at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay, India have constructed this bamboo bus stop for commuters.