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"Maori Pirate Princess" - Nathascha Friis, photoshop {figurative realism art beautiful female head scar young woman face portrait digital painting} artbynath on Deviantart Pirate Art, Pirate Woman, Lady Pirate, Pirate Life, Character Portraits, Character Art, Fantasy Characters, Female Characters, Dnd Characters

Maori Pirate Princess by ArtByNath on DeviantArt

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Tui - bird unique to New Zealand - The tui is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand. It is one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family. The name tui is from the Maori language name tūī and is the species' formal common name. Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Beautiful Pictures, Kinds Of Birds, All Birds, Love Birds, Exotic Birds

Tūī

Tūī are unique to New Zealand and belong to the honeyeater family, which means they feed mainly on nectar from flowers of native plants.

previous pinner: Papatūānuku, the earth mother in Māori tradition, is seen as the birthplace of all things. This painting is by Victor Tukuafu, who is of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Tongan descent. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Culture, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Native American Art

‘Papatūānuku – the rhythm of the land’

Papatūānuku, the earth mother in Māori tradition, is seen as the birthplace of all things. This painting is by Victor Tukuafu, who is of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Tongan descent.

The surfboard can be a work of art, as this carved decorative board made by Aaron Kereopa of Raglan shows. The board is called ‘Whai’ and its design was inspired by the way killer whales hunt stingrays in Raglan Harbour. Maori Designs, Art Maori, Maori Patterns, Vikings, Maori People, Polynesian Art, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Surfboard Art

Māori designs

The surfboard can be a work of art, as this carved decorative board made by Aaron Kereopa of Raglan shows. The board is called ‘Whai’ and its design was inspired by the way killer whales hunt stingrays in Raglan Harbour.

Light up Maori art! Perfect for Marmar Art Maori, Maori Patterns, Kate Blog, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Kiwiana, Aboriginal Art

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I don't necessarily believe that there are books one 'should' read - I think you should feel entitled to read whatever you want (as long as you don't bore me with the revelationary findings of your latest self-help tome). But I feel there are certain blanks in my literary knowledge that I really should fill. 5 Books I should read (but haven't) The Koran - The Bible has a huge influence on my life (and would whether I wanted it to or not). The central religious text of the Islamic faith has…

Te Whiti o Tu - The story of two sisters. Rehutai (mist of the breaking surf) and Tangimoana (the voice of the breaking surf) 2004 This painting by Bronwyn Waipuka illustrates a story by Wairarapa kaumātua (elder) Mita Carter. Tahiti, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Lonely Girl, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Art Forms

Rehutai and Tangimoana

This painting by Bronwyn Waipuka illustrates a story by Wairarapa kaumātua (elder) Mita Carter. Rehutai and Tangimoana were beautiful twin sisters who lived on the banks of the Ruamāhanga River. Both fell in love with Rautoroa, a handsome warrior, who could not decide which of them to marry. ...

Te Whiti o Tu - The story of two sisters. Rehutai (mist of the breaking surf) and Tangimoana (the voice of the breaking surf) 2004 This painting by Bronwyn Waipuka illustrates a story by Wairarapa kaumātua (elder) Mita Carter. Tahiti, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Lonely Girl, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Art Forms

Rehutai and Tangimoana

This painting by Bronwyn Waipuka illustrates a story by Wairarapa kaumātua (elder) Mita Carter. Rehutai and Tangimoana were beautiful twin sisters who lived on the banks of the Ruamāhanga River. Both fell in love with Rautoroa, a handsome warrior, who could not decide which of them to marry. ...

Te reo Maori - Pepeha (Who I am, where I come. by TeacherTalk NZ Tribal Tattoo Designs, Tribal Tattoos, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Japanese Language Proficiency Test, Maori Art, Childhood Education

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