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New Zealand
Named Te Whare Whakamoemiti (The House of Praise) on the outskirts of Raetihi.
Weaving Alpaca wool, the traditional method.
Cusco. Peru
On the road, high in the Andes before descending (a little) to La Paz. Bolivia
The Falls seen from from Brazil.
Parque Das Aves. The Bird Park at Iguazu Falls.
Machu Picchu, the hilltop ruins of a large 15th-century Inca city.
A Bank Guard with a smile.
On the Forgotten Highway. Whangamomona. New Zealand
San Ignacio, Paraguay
Paraguay
Ollantaytambo, Peru
This kind lady let me take her photo while she contemplated the view. A local, and a regular visitor to this bench.
A Cold Sunset
Her favorite photo. About 2 years old.
The main room of a Settlers cottage. Restored to its early 1800's condition. Akaroa, South Island, New Zealand
Site of a gold strike in 1862. South Island. New Zealand
The Master of the Hunt giving instructions for the days Hunt. New Zealand.
South Island. New Zealand.
Cape Foulwind is a headland on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand overlooking the Tasman Sea. Previously named Rocky Cape by Abel Tasman, the present name was bestowed by James Cook in 1770 after his ship Endeavour was blown offshore from this point.
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