We’ve moved into the southern hemisphere with a few images coming from New Zealand. This is a Maori rock carving on Lake Taupo accessible only by watercraft. It is relatively new, carved in the 1970s by master carver Matahi Whakataka-Brightwell after finishing his 10-year training with Maori elders.


Mine Bay carving on Lake Taupo | North Island | New Zealand (2017)

Fujifilm X-T1 | XF10-24 f4 | 1/350 sec. @ f4.5 | ISO 2

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