An Internet meme, commonly known as just a meme, is an activity, concept, catchphrase, or piece of media that spreads, often as mimicry or for humorous purposes, from person to person via the Internet (source). I don’t really make memes myself, but I love seeing them around the web. The punnier, the better! I couldContinue reading “Got pun?”
“In pounamu carving the koru is said to represent new beginnings, growth and regeneration. We know it symbolises the fern frond seen in New Zealand’s native bush because of a Maori proverb that speaks of rebirth and growth: Ka hinga atu he tete-kura – ka hara-mai he tete-kura (As one fern frond dies – one is born toContinue reading “Unfurling fern frond”
Love these waterfalls at the top of the Trollstigen in Norway.
With the Daily Post’s weekly photo challenges gone (ugh, I miss them!), I’m glad there are bloggers running photo challenges instead! Like Nancy Merrill Photography, where this week’s theme is ‘quintessential‘. To me, this photo shows the quintessential New Zealand: heaps of lush green, rivers and sheep! This is the Clutha River, which we passedContinue reading “Quintessential New Zealand”