Dani man at Yeineri or Tagime, carrying a Grand Valley and West type B Ax and used it to split wood. The ax is squared off at the distal end. A Dani uses an ax for its normal purpose, while adzes are used to chop down trees.
Men from the Daole Mabel family gather to build a museum at Jiwika. They are taking wood from the pile and setting up wood for the building. Some men are wearing traditional attire and others western clothing.