Photograph of Peshliki, a Navajo Indian silversmith, in his shop on the Tohatchi Indian Reservation near Gallup, New Mexico. He sits on a stone outcropping in the wall of his hogan, hammering with a mallet on a piece of silverwork grasped in pliers. The silverwork sits on a knee-high pedestal. He is wearing a dark shirt and trousers with necklaces around his neck. He is wearing round spectacles. His long hair is parted in the middle and pulled back behind his ears. To the right is another sitting man holding a hammer and some silverwork. The second man is wearing a dark shirt under a vest with matching trousers, and a bow tie. A workbench is visible at right. Their hats are hung on the stone wall above them. Sunlight leaks in through cracks between the rough wooden roof.