11/4/17

a visit to waikato

We spent two days in the Waikato area of the North Island. These are some of the sights
along the way.

I probably have ten photos of this rock formation!


I have no idea what kind of tree this is, but it sure was pretty.

The kiwi shaped vents on this bus reminded me of 
a roadkill tally! I know that's so bad !

I love that this horse was in a pasture of buttercups.

Who needs a lawn mower when you have Highland cattle :)

This is a representation of a Moa, that was hunted to extinction in NZ.

This little church is in Ongarue. It's so far away from the 
civilization that the photo has no GPS!


16 comments:

rupam sarma said...

Amazing place, Thanks for sharing beautiful photos.

Tom said...

...Betty, a wonderful collection, I love to tag-a-long with you as you travel. The tree looks like Fagus (beech).

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
That last one of the wee church caught my heart...and the tree, looks like a variety of beech to me... YAM xx

Prunella Pepperpot said...

A great place to visit.
The Moa bird was huge, sad it was hunted.
Loved the caper van and the beautiful horse in the buttercups.
Have a wonderful weekend :)

Debbie Huffaker said...

So funny about the roadkill tally! 😁 Awesome fotos... I think my favorite is the church ⛪!

Christine said...

Your selection of photos is just wonderful! So much to see out there, thanks for sharing!

Linda W. said...

Love the updated "mystery machine."

handmade by amalia said...

I enjoyed our walk.
Amalia
xo

Jim said...

Great post. Great church.

Erica Sta said...

I enjoyed this Post.
Heidrun XO

VioletSky said...

The church is cute. And it looks like several people managed to find it and make it a (permanent) home.

Bill Nicholls said...

Wonderful area and beautiful little church

Sue (this n that) said...

Lovely photos Betty :D)

Angie said...

So many precious shots. The Mystery Machine brought back merry memories of watching the TV show after school .... And such an elegant horse. Have a great week!

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Wonderful photos! The rock formation is amazing! Looks like an ancient ruin.

-Soma

Rose said...

Oh, my goodness....I love every single photo!

I am trying to get back to visiting on a regular basis but still have a ways to go.