A Maori man with ta moko (facial tattoo) and woman doing hongi (traditional Maori greeting) with the Pohutu Geyser behind, Te Puia (New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute), Rotorua, New Zealand | Blaine Harrington III
A Maori man with ta moko (facial tattoo) and woman doing hongi (traditional Maori greeting) with the Pohutu Geyser behind, Te Puia (New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute), Rotorua, New Zealand
Bridget Moynahan, actress BLUE BLOOD Bridget Moynahan's elegant beauty underlines something value and attainable: impeccability, a strong belief in something larger than herself, and a strong work ethic. How does a Mother, a woman teach this to girls? There was hardly anyone on the train yesterday afternoon. Two teenager girls got on the train posturing, and self-conscious. Obviously trying to appear suave, mature, and elegant they strutted like short peacocks to their seats, and plopped…
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Traditional Maori Village Tours | Tamaki Maori Village
Explore our traditional Maori village tours. Journey back in time and experience Māori culture, traditions and performace with Tamaki Māori Village. Welcome to the world of Māori!
Ruling the waves: Three generations of Royals join the Queen as she sets sail down the Thames on glorious Jubilee river pageant
Tens of thousands of people, undeterred by rain and overcast skies, clapped and cheered as the 1,000-strong flotilla sailed down a seven-mile route.
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The Traditional Maori Pukana. This is where those performing stare wildly & dilate their eyes. It is done by both genders when performing the haka and waiata to emphasise particular words. The culture of New Zealand.
Maori carvings of New Zealand KahuroaKahungunu: Kahungunu was the ancestor of the Māori tribe Ngāti Kahungunu, and is seen here holding a hoe and a canoe paddle. This shows his abilities as a navigator. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.