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Keeping it simple, but challenging myself. I love taking photos and already have a 'photoaday' challenge so I want to do something different but related and to develop my skills. So, I am going to constrain my photo-taking to a particular focus - I will take a photo each day or create a drawing and photograph it connected to the Māori kupu o rā and I will also try to put the kupu into a sentence.


Day 94 Tāne Mahuta: God of the forest

Kauri trees used to cover the top of North Island but were decimated by European settlers who chopped them down. There are few left of these majestic trees and those that are left are threatened with Kauri dieback disease. This is Tane Mahuta the largest of those left. In Māori legend Tane Mahuta is the God of the forest and all that lied within.