Wordless (13) : Summer simplicity


At Tahunanui Beach


4 thoughts on “Wordless (13) : Summer simplicity”

    1. I am so pleased you like it Francis (particularly from someone who knows a lot about photography); it was worth playing with the camera to get a special angle then. Tahunanui is a Maori word that means “sea beach” or “sand hill” 🙂

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      1. Where I live there was an empire called Tiahuanaco, and the last, the Inca Empire, was called Tahuantinsuyo. Tahuantin means “four” and suyu “province” Tahunanui sounds like a sweeter sound of our own words. Thank you so much, take care. ^-^

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