This Week in Photos: Honor Guard at PWSSC

Carver Mike Webber stands with his totems hewn from a 850-year-old tree that are now installed at Prince William Sound Science Center. “A lot of Native people are either Raven or Eagle, so to have these two poles here is going to really represent a lot of people in this town,” Webber said. The raven and eagle, central characters on each respective pole, are family crests for two main Alaska Native communities in the Prince William Sound region. Photo by Eden McCall.