NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND
Heli Pickup Harris Mountains, New Zealand
Hooker valley, New Zealand
Taranaki  Mountain, New Zealand
Mountains, New Zealand
Mountain Hutt,  New Zealand
The Kea (Nestor notabilis) is a native bird found in alpine regions on the South Island of New Zealand. The Kea Bird finds...
 
 
 
 
The Kea (Nestor notabilis)
Greymouth Greymouth is the largest town in the West Coast region in the South Island of New Zealand. In clear weather, Aor...
Rob Roy The Rob Roy Glacier Track leads you into Mount Aspiring National Park, an amazing world of mountains, glaciers, ri...
Rob Roy
Franz Joseph The magnificent Franz Josef Glacier is widely regarded as the gem of New Zealand's West Coast Glaciers.
Mitre Peak, Milford Sound, New Zealand
Mitre Peak, Milford Sound, New Zealand
South Island, New Zealand
Roy's Peak, Otago, New Zealand
Church of the Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
Anaura Bay,  Gisborne, New Zealand
 
 
 
 
Spring Meadow, Mount Cook, New Zealand
The  Maori  are the native inhabitants of New Zealand and are of Polynesian origin numbering over 500,000 today. This is a...
Today the Maori have generally adjusted well to western culture and the population has increased substantially. Since 1980...
 
Kowhai is famous for its beautiful yellow or golden flowers, which is the national flower of New Zealand. The trees flower...
Callistemon  viminalis, also known as Weeping Bottlebrush, is a shrub or small tree in the family Myrtaceae.
Callistemon  viminalis is native to the states of New South Wales and Queensland in Australia where it often occurs along ...
 
 
Pohutukawa  blossoms flowering in early summer.
Pohutukawa  blossoms flowering in early summer.
Pohutukawa  blossoms flowering in early summer.
<ul><li>Poi E - Patea Maori Club </li></ul><ul><li>E Papa - The Herbs </li></ul>Fotografii: I.N. Internet Prezentare:  San...
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  1. 1. NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND
  2. 2. Heli Pickup Harris Mountains, New Zealand
  3. 3. Hooker valley, New Zealand
  4. 4. Taranaki Mountain, New Zealand
  5. 5. Mountains, New Zealand
  6. 6. Mountain Hutt, New Zealand
  7. 7. The Kea (Nestor notabilis) is a native bird found in alpine regions on the South Island of New Zealand. The Kea Bird finds car parking lots very intriguing and sometimes you can find these New Zealand parrots gathering around these lots where they enjoy destroying parts of cars, cameras and robbing small objects.
  8. 12. The Kea (Nestor notabilis)
  9. 13. Greymouth Greymouth is the largest town in the West Coast region in the South Island of New Zealand. In clear weather, Aoraki/Mount Cook can be clearly seen to the south from near the town. South of Greymouth, nearby Shantytown offers a fascinating insight into the gold rush days of the 1880’s, re-creating the atmosphere of the era.
  10. 14. Rob Roy The Rob Roy Glacier Track leads you into Mount Aspiring National Park, an amazing world of mountains, glaciers, river valleys and alpine lakes of New Zealand.
  11. 15. Rob Roy
  12. 16. Franz Joseph The magnificent Franz Josef Glacier is widely regarded as the gem of New Zealand's West Coast Glaciers.
  13. 17. Mitre Peak, Milford Sound, New Zealand
  14. 18. Mitre Peak, Milford Sound, New Zealand
  15. 19. South Island, New Zealand
  16. 20. Roy's Peak, Otago, New Zealand
  17. 21. Church of the Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
  18. 22. Anaura Bay, Gisborne, New Zealand
  19. 27. Spring Meadow, Mount Cook, New Zealand
  20. 28. The Maori are the native inhabitants of New Zealand and are of Polynesian origin numbering over 500,000 today. This is about 15% of New Zealand's population. Over 95 percent of Maori live on New Zealand's North Island.
  21. 29. Today the Maori have generally adjusted well to western culture and the population has increased substantially. Since 1980 the Waitangi Tribunal, a government body established to settle legal claims based on the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi, have engaged in recompensing Maori for land that was illegally confiscated.
  22. 31. Kowhai is famous for its beautiful yellow or golden flowers, which is the national flower of New Zealand. The trees flower in early spring and their nectar is a favorite food for Tui and Kereru (wood pigeon). Kowhai's are popular garden and street trees. In Maoritanga, (Maori language) Kowhai means 'yellow'.
  23. 32. Callistemon viminalis, also known as Weeping Bottlebrush, is a shrub or small tree in the family Myrtaceae.
  24. 33. Callistemon viminalis is native to the states of New South Wales and Queensland in Australia where it often occurs along watercourses
  25. 36. Pohutukawa blossoms flowering in early summer.
  26. 37. Pohutukawa blossoms flowering in early summer.
  27. 38. Pohutukawa blossoms flowering in early summer.
  28. 39. <ul><li>Poi E - Patea Maori Club </li></ul><ul><li>E Papa - The Herbs </li></ul>Fotografii: I.N. Internet Prezentare: Sanda Foi şoreanu

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