Gustavo, it was not about the images themselves, they were done well and I liked them. What was at the cruxt of this was that a Law was broken blatantly. Tribal law which on the reservation is the law of the land and backed by federal law says no nudes on their land ever. It is their land and their values as a people. There are many other places to have shot with that same background. Places that it would not have been violating cultural taboos and laws. We as photographers often forget in our zeal to take an image that we may if on private land be disrespectful of those who allow others onto that property. It may take a small amount of time to find out about the laws, in this case through Marks marvelous article, but it is easily accessed. I doubt any of us would go to the Vatican City and do nude photography in St. Peters square without permission or knowing the laws.