Land of the Long White Cloud by Rach Stewart
Aotearoa...the name given by the original settlers of New Zealand Maori...in which one of its translations means “The long white cloud.” It is thought that early Polynesian navigators used these long white clouds to help find Aotearoa.
Lake Wanaka in the South Island of Aotearoa New Zealand is the fourth largest lake and was carved out by ancient glaciers during the ice age. The mountains that remain here are incredible and on this particular day, a long white cloud followed them almost the ... See more
Wanaka, New Zealand
Mountains, Lake, Snow
Fine Art Landscape
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